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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 3: 
Musical Compositions 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18, PART 1 

FIRST HALF OF 1923 

Nos. 1-7 



Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, of June 30, 1906, 
and of March 4, 1909 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1924 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 


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CATALOGUE 


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OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891. 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 

LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1923 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 
No. 1 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1923 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by usees of this Catalogue. 

HPHE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, con- 
-*- taining the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical compo- 
sitions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and is 
followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles Of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not conveniently 
alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.) 

Exceptions. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of scat- 
tering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by an 
entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search should be 
made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann Sebastian); 
Brahms (Johannes); Handel (Georg Friedrich) ; Haydn (Josef Franz); Liszt 
(Franz) ; MacDowell (Edward Alexander) ; Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) ; 
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix); Paganini (Niccolo); Rossini 
(Gioacchino Antonio); Schubert (Franz Peter); Schumann (Robert Alexander); 
Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) ; Wagner (Richard). In the case of all such 
works, however, there are cross references in the title alphabet from the title 
of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable 
by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name without 
cross reference from the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also the 
claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and address 
of the publisher differ from those of the copyright proprietor, mention of the 
fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of publication 
and name of publisher. 



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EXPLANATIONS TO BE NOTED BY USERS OF THIS CATALOGUE. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise stated. 
Titles reading " Words by," " Music by," are to be understood as songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been ab- 
rogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for entry 
in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " E," Class E, Mu- 
sical compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; "©," im- 
plies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of 
publication; "©1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; 
and " 2 c," for 2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of 
contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues containing 
such contributions is required. 

A list of copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compositions 
under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this 
issue immediately following the text. 

- A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions used 
or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instruments serving to 
reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 (e) of the 
act of March 4, 1909, follows the list of renewals. 

The final number, completing the volume, is followed by a full annual index 
to both composers and proprietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which 
must be for the complete calendar year, is $1, payable in advance, to the Su- 
perintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express 
order, or New York draft. 



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NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from July 1, 1909, to June 30, 1914, inclusive, are 
still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1922. 

- This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical com- 
positions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, 
or photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photo- 
graphs filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No 
maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be sup- 
plied on request. Address Register or Copyrights, Library of Con- 
gress, Washington, D. 0. 



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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UN- 
AUTHORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of 
music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical in- 
struments in the case of Australia, and the territories of Papua and 
Norfolk Island, Austria, Belgium, Cuba, Denmark, France, Germany, 
Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Luxemburg, New Zealand, Norway, 
and Sweden. The President signed proclamations to this effect on the 
following dates : Australia and the territories of Papua and Norfolk 
Island (Apr. 3, 1918, effective Mar. 15, 1918) , Austria (May 25, 1922) , 
Belgium (June 14, 1911, effective July 1, 1909), Cuba (Nov. 27, 1911), 
Denmark (Dec. 9, 1920), France (May 24, 1918), Germany (Dec. 8, 

1910, May 25, 1922), Great Britain (Jan. 1, 1915), Hungary (June 3, 
1922), Italy (May 1, 1915, June 3, 1922), Luxemburg (June 14, 

1911, effective June 29, 1910), New Zealand (Feb. 9, 1917, effective 
Dec. 1, 1916, May 25, 1922), Norway (June 14, 1911, effective Sept. 9, 
1910), Sweden (Feb. 27, 192a effective Feb. 1, 1920). These proc- 
lamations were printed in the Catalogue of Copyright Entries, Part 3, 
vol. 6, pages v-x of no. 7, and pages iv-v of no. 12 ; vol. 10, pages 
viii-xi of no. 3, and pages viii-ix of no. 4 ; vol. 12, pages v-ix of no. 3 ; 
vol. 13, pages vi-xii of no. 5 ; and vol. 15, pages v-vii of no. 3 ; and 
pages vi-xiv of no. 13. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of 
Hungary so far as the provisions of section 1 (e) are concerned, the 
proclamation dated October 15, 1912, putting into effect the conven- 
tion between the United States and Hungary, specifically provides 
that the general copyright protection secured by article 1 includes 
the copyright control of mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated fulfill 
the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) of 
the act of Congress of March 4, 1909; Mexico (May 8, 1911), the 
Netherlands (Mar. 3, 1911), and Switzerland (Apr. 8, 1911). * 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International Amer- 
ican Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was proclaimed 
by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914. This con- 
vention is understood to be in effect as between the United States 
and Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, 
Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, 
Salvador, and Uruguay. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



A heim ; from Longing hearts, words 
by T. Lilien, music by L. Friedsell 

[of u. S.3 (rv, K ,D^n x) i 

© Dec. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 555085; Louis Friedsell, New 
York. 

A morte E. Caruso ; versi e musica di 
F. Ferranti [of U. S., first papers] ; 
violino ace. 4to. 2 

© Dec. 20, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 26; 
E 553403; Frank Ferranti, Phila- 
delphia. 

A te te amo (To you I love) ; valse, 
di A. P. Oganio [of Dutch West 
Indies, domiciled at Brooklyn, N. 
Y.] ; piano. 3 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 553512; 
Antonio P. Oganio, Brooklyn. 

Across the valley ; words by Teresa 
Hooley, music by Maud Stewart- 
Baxter [of Great Britain] 4 
© Dec. 22, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 23 ; E 
551315; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Afterthoughts ; by F. Cory Yeo [of 

England] ; piano or organ. 5 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 

E 551379 ; Joseph Adams music pub. 

co., Birmingham, England. 

Ah ! County Guy ; part-song, words 
by Walter Scott, music by Edgar 
Crowe [of England] ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Choral library, no. 178) 6 
© Dec. 22, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 551405 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Air d' Hercule au 2 me acte d' Hera- 
kles. See Handel (Georg Fried- 
rich) 

Air de ballet. See Bacchus amou- 
reux. 

Air de Broutolone au 2 me acte de 
l'Impresario in Angustie ; opera- 
bouffe, poesie de G. M. Deodati, 
paroles f rancaises de Dubuisson, mu- 
sique de Cimarosa, revu et adapte 



par Alfred Wotquenne [of Belgium] ; 
baryton. (Repertoire frangais de 
1'ancien chant classique, no. 599. ) 7 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551496; Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and adaptation] 

Air de Jasmin dans Les rendez-vous 
bourgeois ; opera - comique, paroles 
de Frangois-Benoit Hoffman, mu- 
sique de Nicolo Isouard, revu et 
adapte par Alfred Wotquenne [of 
Belgium] ; baryton. (Repertoire 
frangais de 1'ancien chant classique, 
no. 251) 8 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551492 ; Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision and adaptation] 

Air de Mendoce dans Les deux aVeu- 
gles de Tolede ; opera-comique en 
un acte, paroles de Marsollier, mu- 
sique de Mehul, revu et adapte par 
Alfred Wotquenne [of Belgium] ; 
baryton. (Repertoire frangais de 
1'ancien chant classique, no. 252) 9 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551493; Henry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision and adaptation] 

Air de soprano dans Paulus. See 
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) 

Alabama ; melody and dance in plan- 
tation style, by Spalding, ed. by 
McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], played 
by Mary Angell. ( Solo carola, hand 
played record, no. 74717) [Music 
roll] 10 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
555204; Cable co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on editing] 

Alannah ; song-fox-trot, words by 
Frank Redmond, music by Sydney 
Baynes [of England] ; with novelty 
dance arr. for piano. 11 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551357; Swan & co., ltd., London. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



All roads lead to love ; duet from 
Dede, English lyric by Donovan 
Parsons, music by Henri Christine 
[of France] ; in G. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 12 

© Nov. 16, 1922; 1 c. Nov. 17; 
E 551424; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 

Alone in the garden ; words by Mrs. 
A. A. Stapp, music by M. N. Wilson 
[of U. S.] ; duet and quartet for 
male voices. 8vo. [Photostat] 13 
© June 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 21; E 
553415; Meredith N. Wilson, Den- 
ver. 

Altho I love you I'm going to leave 

you now ; words and music by G. S. 

Fifer [of U. S.] 14 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 

553226 ; Gene Samuel Fifer, Chicago. 

Always the same dear mother; 

words by R. F. Hogan, music by 

Walter Wiesbauer [of U. S.] 15 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555055; 

Roy Frederick Hogan, Erie, Pa. 

Am I to blame; words by Raymond 
Klages, music by Billy Fazioli [of 
U. S.] 16 

© Jan. 12, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; E 
553462; Broadway music Corp., New 
York. 

Amorosa ; valse-hesitation, par A. 
Barbirolli, arr. par Hans Ourdine 
[of France] ; orch. avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. 17 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1923; E 551533; L. Philippo, Paris. 

Andante. See Bacchus amoureux. 

Anna Beller Lee; lyrics by M. W. 

Pond, music by Daniel H. Wilson 

,[bf U. S.] 18 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555082; 

Marvin W. Pond, Portland, Or. 

Anne-Lises vuggesang ; [ord af Chris- 
tian Richardt], musik af Fini Henri- 
ques [of Denmark] 19 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551460; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Any old time ; words by Alex. Rogers, 
melody by C. Luckeyth Roberts [of 
U. S.] 20 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553277; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 



Appleville's Sis Hopkins ; eccentric 
novelty dance, by Henry Panduro 
[of U. S.] ; piano. 21 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1923; E 554988; George Martin 
Caskey, Milwaukee. 

April (An) shower; by Gustav 
Klemm [of U. S.] ; piano. Law- 
rence, Mass., Bay state music co. 
(Suite modern, no. 1) 22 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1923 ; E 553170 ; R. Liversidge, Law- 
rence, Mass. 

Aria ; sulla I V a corda, di G. Fresco- 
baldi, libera trascrizione di Remy 
Principe [of Italy] ; violino e pf. 
(Edition Ricordi, no. 370) 23 

© Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; 
E 551336 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Artisti (Gli) di Sechenenza; versi e 
musica di G. Amato [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; mand. ace. 24 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553318; 
Gennaro Amato, New York. 

As I laye a-thynkynge; words by 
Thomas Ingoldsby [pseud, of R. H. 
Barham], music by Ernest Bullock 
[of Great Britain] 25 

© Dec. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 23; E 
551316 ; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Ask Mr. Chick ; musical comedy in 
two acts, book and lyrics by W. 
Steell, music by T. J. Hughes [of 
U. S.] sc. In two pts., libretto and 
music. 26 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; D 26394 ; Willis 
Steell and Thomas J. Hughes, New 
York. 

At dawn ; romance by Grace F. Linn 
[of U. S.] ; piano. 27 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553252 ; Carlin music co., Indiana- 
polis. 

At Teddington lock ; by Gustave Lind 
[of Great Britain] ; pf. 28 

© Dec. 1, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; E 
551302; Augener, ltd., London. 

At the theatre. See Music pictures. 

Atonement; cantata, verse by Rossel 
Edward Mitchell, music by R. Deane 
Shure [of U. S.] op. 101; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. (Fischer 
edition, no. 0228) 29 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 
1923; E 553264; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 



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no. 1, 1923 



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Australian pianoforte tutor ; by E. 

A. Dobbie [of Australia] 30 

© Oct. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 551370; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 

Sydney, Australia. 

Autumn. See Seasons (The) 

Bacchus amoureux ; suite extraite du 
ballet en un acte, par A. Ciappi [of 
France] ; parties d'orch. separees. 
Contents : — 1. Variations d'Alexi- 
roe. — 2. Danse de Ceres. — 3. Air de 
ballet. — 4. Andante. — 5. Danse grec- 
que. — 6. Valse-mazurk. 31 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551490 ; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Cantabile ; 
sul Preludio della l a sonata per vio- 
loncello di G. S. Bach [i. e. J. S. 
Bach], di Giacomo Setaccioli [of 
Italy] ; 4 violoncelli. 32 

© Dec. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; E 
551331 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Fantaisie chromatique et fugue ; 

par J. S. Bach, 6d. revue et doigtee 
par H. Dallier [of France] ; piano. 
(Edition national franchise: Pan- 
theon des pianistes, no. 1223) 33 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551498 ; Henry Lemoine et cie, 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing, revision and fingering] 

Klavier werke ; band 1, das wohl- 

temperierte klavier oder praeludien 
und fugen, par J. S. Bach, mit vor- 
wort und erlauterungen, neuhrsg. 
i von August Schmid-Lindner [of 
Germany] (Edition Schott, nr. 1) 
Teil 1, 2. 34, 35 

© Feb. 1, 1921 ; 1 c. each Sept 23, 
1922; E 551484, 551485; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz, Germany. 

■ Suites anglaises ; par J. S. Bach, 

Edition revue et doigtee par H. Dal- 
lier [of France] ; piano. (Edition 
nationale frangaise ; Pantheon des 
pianistes, no. 1220) 36 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551489; Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing, revision and fingering] 

Bachelor (The) ; words anon., music 
by Peter Warlock [of Great Britain] 

37 
© Dec. 6, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; E 
551300 ; Augener, ltd., London. 



Back in the old neighborhood ; 
words by C. Hager, music by W. 
Goodwin [of U. S.] 38 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 553203; 
Clyde Hager and Walter Goodwin, 
Maywood, 111. 

Back to home sweet home to me ; 
words by Mike Milholland, melody 
by E. Whittemore [of U. S.] 39 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923; E 554987; 
Earl Whittemore, Baltimore. 

Bagpipe (The) passing by; by G. A. 
Grant-Schaefer [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Musical instruments, no. 5) 40 

© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553495; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Balieff's Chauve-souris ; selection, 
compiled and arr. by Eugene Platz- 
man [of U. S.] ; piano. 41 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 4. 1923 ; 
E 553220; Harms, inc.. New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Ballade, ex vita mea ; in suite-vorm, 
de Marinus De Jong [of Belgium] ; 
piano. 42 

© Dec. 1, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2. 1923 ; 
E. 551288; Schott freres, Brussels, 
Belgium. 

Ballet music from Rosamunde. See 
Schubert (Franz Peter) 

Barbirolli (A.) Une chanson; inter- 
mezzo, par A. Barbirolli, arr. par 
Hans Ourdine [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. 43 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jam 9, 1923 ; 
E 1 551535 ; L. Philippo, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed, on arrangement] 

Battle (The) of Jerico ; words and 
music by N. C. Smith [of U. S.] ; 
male voices. High school ed. 4to. 
(Plantation folk songs, no. 11) 44 
© Dec. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923; 
E 553096; N. Clark Smith, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Belles (Les) chansons de France; 
revue familiale, musicale et litte- 
raire, ed. par Georges Ondet [of 
France] no. 1— Jan. 1923. 4to. 45 
© Dec. 31, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; 
A — Foreign 21688; G. Ondet, Paris. 



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Berceuse ; par Jean Sibelius, op. 79, 
nr. 6, ed. et rev. par Julia A. Burt 
[of U. S.] ; violon et piano. (Wil- 
helm Hansen edition, no. 2214 ; 6 
morceaux, nr. 6) 46 

© Dee. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1923 ; 
E 553459; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision] 

Betty Zane waltz ; melody by M. M. 
Jockers [of U. S.] 47 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; E 553431; 
Monroe M. Jockers, Los Angeles. 

Beyond the shadows ; words by John 

Alleyne, music by Carlyon De Lyle 

[of England] ; in O. 48 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 551359 ; Swan & co., ltd., London. 

Billie ; words by Geo. D. Lott, music 

by Joe Sanders [of U. S.] 49 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 

553378 ; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

Bird of passage ; words by Sarah C. 
Adams, music by Edward M. Young 
[of U. S.] ; with violin obbl. ad. lib. 

50 
© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 554828 ; Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. 

Bird styles ; words by Laurene High- 
field, music by H. W. Porter [of U. 
S.] ; unison or solo, with three part 
refrain, melody in bar. 4to. 
(School music for the upper grades 
and high school) 51 

© Dec. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 554851 ; Chart music pub. house, 
Chicago. 

Blessed is everyone that feareth 
the Lord ; anthem, music by George 
A. Burdett [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Octavo series, mixed voices, 
sacred, no. 1366) 52 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4; E 
555036 : Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Blinde kinder; tekst von Ida Sinek, 
musik von Bela Laszky [of Ger- 
many] 53 
© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551461; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Blossom-time; dance intermezzo, by 
Sydney C. Hunt [of England] ; pf. 

54 
© Oct. 23, 1922; 1 c. Nov. 4; E 
551350; Howard & co., London. 



Blue (The) goose step; fox trot, 
words and music by R. L. Nicholson 
[of U. S.] Milwaukee, Wis., An- 
cient and honorable order of the 
Blue goose. 55 

© Jan. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 5 ; E 
553225 ; Roy Lennard Nicholson, Mil- 
waukee. 

Boat (A) song; words and music by 
L. Seaford {of Great Britain] Lon- 
don, W. Paxton & co., ltd. 56 
© Dec. 21, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; 
E 551402 ; Lesley Seaford, London. 

Boundless love ; words by Mrs. A. A. 
Stapp, music by M. N. Wilson [of 
U. S.] ; sop. and alto. 8vo. [Photo- 
stat] 57 
© May 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 21; E 
553416 ; Meredith N. Wilson, Denver. 

Brahms (Johannes) Intermezzo ; by 
Brahms, op. 117, no. 1, ed. by Mc- 
Nair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], played by 
Desider Vecsei. (Solo carola, hand 
played record, no. 74656) [Music 
roll] 58 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
555208 ; Cable co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on editing] 

Serenade (Standchen) ; three- 
part chorus, music by J. Brahms, op. 
106, no. 1, arr. by Leo Braun [of 
U. S.] ; female voices. 4to. 59 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 12; 
E 553363 ; G. Ricordi & co. inc., New 
York. 

Brazil (The) special; march, by J. 
Gus Davis [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

60 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 

553243 ; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 

Broadway; words by Fred Rath and 
Alfred Dubin, melody by Joseph J. 
Garren [of U. S.], arr. by Leonard 
L. Vos Burgh [of U. S.] 61 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553266; 
Al Dubin music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Brothers ; marching song, words and 
music bv W. E. Round [of Canada] 

62 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553395; 

William Eley Round, Banff, Canada. 

Brudevals ; af Fini Henriques [of 
Denmark]; piano. (Cover-title: 
Ediths og Svend-Aages brudevals) 

63 
© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551459; Wilhelm % Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 



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Buelesque. See Fancies. 

Bush (Walter) Six miniatures; pas- 
time tunes, by W. Bush [of Great 
Britain]; pf. Contents: 1. Still 
waters. — 2. Rosalie. — 3. Siesta. — 4. 
In days of old. — 5. A pixie lament. — 
6. Night fall. ( Cover title : Pastime 
tunes ) 64 

© Nov. 16, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 1; E 
551312 ; Schott & co., London. . 

By-path (The) ; words and music by 

A. B. Chesnutwood [of U. S.] 65 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 3; E 

553410; Anna Browne Chesnutwood, 

Denver. 

Cabby's (The) lament; humorous 
monologue, words and music by 
Charles J. Winter [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; piano. 66 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; 
E 551326; W. Paxton & co., ltd., 
London. 

Caccia. See Paganini (Niccold) 

Camp (The) fire song; action song, 
words and music by Kitty Barne [of 
Great Britain] ; three treble voices. 
(Curwen edition, no. 1467) [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] 67 

© Nov. 24, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; 
E 551438; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Campus (The) march; by S. J. Mus- 

tol [of TJ. S.] 68 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923; E 554993; 

Samuel Joseph Mustol, Santa Ana, 

Calif. 

Cancheri e beccafichi. See Malipiero 
(G. Francesco) Due sonetti del 
Berni. 

Cantabile. See Bach (Johann Sebas- 
tian) 

Canzoncina ; di L. F. Herold, libera 
trascrizione di Remy Principe [of 
Italy] ; violino e pf. (Edition Ri- 
cordi, no. 379) 69 

ic) Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; 
E 551342; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Carillon. See Tone and rhythm. 

Carnaval. See Schumann (Robert 
Alexander) Klavier werke. bd. 2. 

Cat's (The) Pajamas; by Harry 

Jentes [of U. S.] ; piano. 70 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 

553377; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 



Celebre berceuse ; historiette, par W. 

Comina [of France] ; orch. avec 

piano conducteur. 4to. 71 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551499 ; Louis Larget, Paris. 

Charm (The) of the tango; duet 
from from Dede, English lyric by 
Donovan Parsons, music by Henri 
Christine [of France] ; in G. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] 72 

© Nov. 16, 1922 ; 1 c. Nov. 17 ; E 
551422; B. Feldman & co., London 

Charmeuse (Bewitching beauty) ; 
serenade valse, by M. Baron [of 
France] ; piano. (Edition artistique, 
no. 1) 73 

© Nov. 25, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 26; 
E 553399; Maurice Baron, Rich- 
mond Hill, N. Y. 

Cherie, tu es toute ma vie ; paroles 

de Rene Bussy, musique de Maurice 

Roget [of France] 74 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 5; E 

551380 ; Enoch & co., Paris. 

^leTBepTan coHaxa (Quatrieme so- 
nate) ; d'apres- des vieux cahiers, 
by Serge Prokofieff, op. 29, ed. by 
F. H. Schneider [of Germany] ; 
piano. Moscow, A. Gutheil. 75 

© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 1 c. Oct. 5, 1922 ; 
E 550042; Breitopf & Hartel, Leip- 
zig. 

Children's songs and stories of the 
wild flowers ; book by second grade 
children, ed. by N. Connelly [of 
U. S.] San Francisco, Calif., 
Harr Wagner pub. co. obi. 12mo. 

76 

© Dec. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
26 ; A 693642 ; Norine Connelly, Oak- 
land, Calif. 

Chinese (The) billikens ; from 
Balieff's Chauve-souris, English ver- 
sion by Dailey Paskman, music by 
Alexei Archangelsky [of Russia, 
domiciled at New York] 77 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 554881 ; Harms, inc., New York. 
Chiome d'argento fine. See Mali- 
piero (G. Francesco) Due sonetti 
del Berni. 

Clin d' oeil ! fox trot artistique, pa- 
roles par Pali-Mall, musique de 
Louis-Napoleon Guilbault [of U. S.] 

78 
© Dec. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 553370; Octave Champagne, 
Lowell. 



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Cloches (Les) ; di Jean-Ferry Rebel, 
libera trascrizione di Remy Prin- 
cipe [of Italy] ; violino e pf. (Ed- 
ition Ricordi, no. 378) 79 
© Dec. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; E 
551341; G Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Clock's (The) song; words and mu- 
sic by E. Davis [of U. S.] op. 45; 
Hannibal, Mo., Davis studio. 80. 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; 
E 553242 ; Eleanor Davis, Hannibal, 
Mo. 

Close your eyes ; lullaby, words and 
music by M. E. Libouris [of U. S.] 

81 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 555054; 

Minnie E. Libouris, Manchester, la. 

Clouds of love ; from Elsie, words and 
music by Carlo and Sanders [of U. 
S.], arr. by J. Dell Lampe. 82 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; 
E 553436 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Clux clan mysterious band ; fox trot, 

words and melody by H. Martellv 

[of U. S.] 83 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553142; 

Hugh Martelly, Brooklyn. 

Colonel Coldfeet of the Cold cream 
guards ; written and composed by 
Fred E. Cliffe and Geo. Carney [of 
Great Britain] ; in C. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] 84 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 23; 
E 551323 ; Lawrence Wright music 
co., London. 

Colorado, my Colorado ; words and 
music by M. J. H. Witmer [of U. 
8.] New York, Square deal music 
publishers. 85 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 6; E 
553265; Marie I. Housen Witmer, 
Agate, Col. 

Come and waltz with me ; waltz, 

words by Richard Bateman, music 

by M. Browning [of U. S.] 86 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; E 555189; 

Mortimer Browning, New York. 

Come away death ; part song, words 
by William Shakespeare, music by 
Norman O'Neill [of England] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. ( Modern series, 
no. 251) 87 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
553322; PI. W. Gray co., New York. 



Come back ; words by C. A. Pfister, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.], 
[arr. by Theo. G. Beach, of U. S.] 

88 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555080; 
C. A. Pfister, Mobile. 

Come back bye and bye ; words and 

music by W. Kollasch [of U. S.], 

arr. by Harry L. Alford. 89 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 

553223; Will Kollasch, Algona, la. 

Come back to me ; words by Albert 
Leboff, melody by J. Lebowitz [of 
Roumania, domiciled at Roselle, 
at Roselle, N. J.] 90 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553358; 
Joseph Lebowitz, Roselle, N. J. 

Come, gentle swains ; madrigal, 
trans., sc. and ed. by Edmund 
Horace Fellowes [of Great Britain] ; 
five mixed voices. 4to. (English 
madrigal school, no. 24; Michael 
Cavendish's Book of airs and madri- 
gals) 91 
© Dec. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 551409 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

Come Mr. Moon do the shimmy' in 
the sky; words by B. McClendon, 
melody by Herman Dubois [pseud, 
of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 92 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553343; 
Burdene McClendon, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

Come where the lilies bloom ; words 
and music by Will L. Thompson [of 
U. S.], arr. by Fred K. Huffer [of 
U. S.] ; sop., alto and bar. 4to. 
(School music for the upper grades 
and high school) 93 

© Dec. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1923; E 554850; Chart music pub. 
house, Chicago. 

Complainte et danse russes ; entr'- 
acte, par V. Dyck [of France] ; 
violon solo et petit orch. avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. 94 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1923 ; E 551521 ; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

Conclusion ; poem by Michael Mee- 
han, music by A. Meehan [of U. S.], 
arr. by Leonard«Lonquist [of U. S.] 

95 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555166; 
Albert Meehan, New York. 

Consolatorium. See Jong (Marinus 
de) Zes preluden. 



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Constantly; words by Edward Leigh- 
ton Cramer, music by Don C. Trava- 
line [of U. S.] 96 

.© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
553331 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

Conte de fee (Fairy story) ; fox-trot 
and shimmy, par Ed. V. Malderen ; 
arr. par Ad. Gauwin [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

97 
© Nov. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 29 ; E 
551394; Librairie Hachette, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Coebeau (Le) et le renabd; fable de 
Jean de La Fontaine, musique de G. 
Selz [of France] ; choeur a trois 
voix. 4to. 98 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551500 ; Gaston Selz, Paris. 

Ckiss (The) cross: quadrille mod- 
erne de E. Sutter [of France] ; 
piano, avec theorie de A. Petit. 99 
© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551397; Eugene Sutter, Paris. 

Cry baby ; words by Alex. Rogers, 
melody by C Luckeyth Roberts [of 
U. S.] 100 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553281; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Dance at the castle. See Three 
pieces from The crusaders. 

Dance of the minutes ; by Brian 
Hope [of England] ; pf. 101 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 3; E 
551355 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Dance of the veiled women ; by Louis 
T. Gruenberg [of U. S.] op. 5, no. 3; 
pf. (Five impressions, no. 3) 102 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
553328 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

Dancing in the dark ; words by 

Arnold Deering, music by M. Pollock 

[of U. S.] ; piano with words. 103 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553340; 

Muriel Pollock, Closter, N. J. 

Danse caracteristique ; par Jean 
Sibelis, op. 79, nr. 3, ed. et rev. par 
Julia A. Burt [of U. S.] ; violon et 
piano. (Wilhelm Hansen edition, 
no. 2211 : 6 morceaux, nr. 3) 104 

© Dec. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1923; E 553456; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision] 



Danse de Ceres. See Bacchus amou- 
reux. 

Danse (La) des elfes ; founded on 

Moonlight elves, by Di Temple [of 

England] ; pf. 105 

© Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; E 

551332 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Danse grecque. See Bacchus amou- 
reux. 

Danske (Den) bogeskov; af folke- 
komedien Cigaretpigen, tekst af 
Alfred Kjerulf, musik af Edvard 
Brink [of Denmark] 106 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551453 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Darkness and dawn ; words by P. J. 
O'Reilly, music by Raymond Lough- 
borough [of England] 1. In D 
flat.— 2. In E flat. 107 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. each Jan. 5, 
1923 ; E 551450 ; Leonard & co., Lon- 
don. 

Darling sweetheart ; words by R. L. 
Alston, melody by Herman Dubois 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

108 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553345; 
Robert L. Alston, New York. 

Davidsbundler (Die) See Schumann 
(Robert Alexander) Klavier werke. 
bd. 2. 

Dawn in a fairy garden ; by Oscar 
Allon [of England] ; pf. London, 
Nightingale & co. 109 

© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551386; Dora Hannah Coombs, 
Frome, England. 

Day by day ; words by Arthur S. Her- 
zog, music by G. C. Hollander [of 
U. S.], arr. by Harold R. Squires [of 
U. S.] 110 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; E 555186; 
George C. Hollander, New York. 

Day by day in every way she'll love 
me more and more ; words by Al 
Eickler, melody by G. Ackerman [of 
U. S.], arr. by J. Mendelsohn [of 
U. S.] Ill 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; E 555193; 
Gustave Ackerman, New York. 

De Odessor moldivanka; words and 
melody by A. Schwartz [of U. S.] 

112 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553387; 
Abe Schwartz, New York. 



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Dear dream rose of mine ; from Caba- 
ret follies, words and music by Jack 
F. O'Hagan [of Great Britain] 113 
© Dec. 1, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; E 
551314 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Dear Florida how I love you ; words 
by R. V. Kaness, music by C. Ernest 
Wade [of U. S.] ' 114 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553260; Ruth Venville Kaness, Or- 
lando, Fla. 

Dear old California ; words by Edwy. 

Brooks, melody by H. Duncan [of 

U. S.] 115 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; E 555187; 

Harold Duncan, New York. 

Dimples were meant for you ; words 
by E. Paul Bell, music by J. M. 
Smith, jr. [of U. S.] ; piano with 
words. 116 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 555125; 
James Miller Smith, jr., Newark, 
N. J. 

Ding ! dong ! oh ! Marguerite ; words 
and music by Walter Partridge [i. e., 
T. W. Partridge, of England] ; bells 
ad lib. 117 

© Oct. 9, 1922; 1 c. Oct. 20; E 
551451; Thomas Walter Partridge, 
London. 

Dirge. See Stray leaves. 

Doe-knot ; blues, words and melody by 
S. Copperman [of U. S.] 118 

© 1 c Jan. 5, 1923 I E 555008 ; Sol 
Copperman, Cleveland. 

Dog 'on the keys ; words and music 

by B. S. Mitchell [of U. S.] 119 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553143; 

Bernice Stuart Mitchell, Des Moines. 

Domestic suite ; by Douglas Grant [of 
Great Britain] ; pf. Contents : 1. 
The loose shoe. — 2. The grandfather 
clock. — 3. Early morn. — 4. The path- 
way to the church. — 5. Over the 
Weir. 120 

© Nov. 30, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; 
E 551298 ; Schott & co., London. 

Down in my heart ; words by F. Mar- 

telle, music by Hector Richard [of 

U. S.] 121 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555026; 

Francis Martelle, Beacon, N. Y. 

Down in New Hampshire; words by 
Ned Tyrrell and Morrie Harris, mu- 
sic by Lawrence Senior [of Austra- 
lia], arr. by Will Finlay. Mel- 
bourne, Loebel & co. 122 



© July 1, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551368 ; Leslie Morton Loebel, Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

Dream love dream ; waltz-ballad, 
words by Charles Joseph Hudson, 
music by Al. Parentice [i. e., A. F. 
Parentice, of U. S.] 123 

© Dec. 1, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 11 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1923; E 553408; Albert 
Franklin Parentice, Oakland, Calif. 

Dream visions of you ; words by G. C. 
Hardesty, music by Romo Falk [of 
U. £.] Cleveland, O., H. & H. pub. 
co. 124 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553251 ; G. C. Hardesty, Cleveland. 

Dreaming of mother old and gray; 

words by J. M. Desmond, music by 

H. Richard [of U. S.] 125 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555035; 

John M. Desmond, Wilton, N. D. 

Dreaming of those childhood days ; 
words by R. A. Booker, melody by J. 
W. Funnie [of U. S.] 126 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; E 553313 ; R. 
Arthur Booker and James W. Fun- 
nie, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Dreams ; from Diana comes to town, 

words by Cyrus Wood, music by Will 

Ortmann [of U. S.] 127 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; 

E 553514 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Dreamy blue eyes ; words and music 

by E. M. Giddings [of U. S.] 128 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 

E 553212; Edith M. Giddings, New 

York. 

Drifting ; words by T. Williams, mel- 
ody by Herman Dubois [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 129 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553353; 
Tony Williams, Mashfork, Ky. 

Dry (The) law bill; the old is the 

only way, U. S. A., words and music 

by J. J. Martin [of U. S.] 130 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 

553230; John J. Martin, Chicago. 

Dulcis melancholiae. See Jong 
(Marinus de) Zes preluden. 

Dumb-belle ; Anabel, words and music 

by Earl E. Showers [of U. S.] 131 

© 1 c. Dec. 26, 1922; E 555202; 

Earl F. Showers, Santa Rosa, Calif. 

Duo au premier acte de Zelmira. 
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147 



DlTS SHMAIDEKEL SINGT SICH A LIEDEL ; 

words and melody by M. Goldstein 
[of U. S.] 132 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553138; 
Morris Goldstein, New York. 

Early morn. See Domestic suite. 

Easter joy; words by Queenie Scott- 
Hopper, music by F. Leslie Calver 
[of Great Britain] ; women's voices. 
4to. (Octavo series, women's voices, 
no. 858) 133 

© Jan. 11. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553490 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Eastern dreams ; intermezzo-dance, by 
Oscar Allon [of England] ; pf. Lon- 
don, Nightingale & co. 134 
© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551387; Dora Hannah Coombs, 
Frome, England. 

Ecstasy; valse hesitation, par Al- 
fredo Barbirolli [of Italy] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. 135 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551503; Heugel, Paris. 

Eileen my Irish colleen ; lyrics and 
music by [Mary] Lucille Moran [of 
U. S.], arr. by Walter Mack and 
E. J. Stark [of U. S.] 136 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553116; 
Jennie T. Moran, St. Louis. 

Elegiacum (Beati qui lugent) See 
Jong (Marinus de) Zes preluden. 

(Miser f actus sum) See Jong 

(Marinus de) Zes preluden. 

Elegie; by Ellis Levy [of U. S.] op. 
19, no. 1 ; violin and piano. 137 

© Dec. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 553175 ; Shattinger piano and mu- 
sic co., St. Louis. 

Elegy. See Fancies. 

Elsie; from the musical play, words 
and music by Carlo and Sanders [of 
U. S.] 138 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; E 
553441; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Ethelian ; fox trot, melody by M. M. 
Jockers [of U. S.] 139 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; E 553432; 
Monroe M. Jockers, Los Angeles. 



Evening in the forest. 
pictures. 



See Music 



Evening ( An ) prayer ; words by G. 
Maude Battersby, music by L. 
Souther [of U. S.] Boston, Mass., 
Charles W. Homeyer & co. 4to. 140 
© Dec. 9, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; 
E 553369 ; Louise Souther, Winthrop, 
Mass. 

Every bush new springing ; madrigal, 
trans., sc. and ed. by Edmund Horace 
Fellowes [of Great Britain] ; five 
mixed voices. 4to. (English madri- 
gal school, no. 27: Madrigals in Mi- 
chael Cavendish's Book of airs and 
madrigals) 141 

© Dec. 16, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551348 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

Every day in every way; from The 
bunch and Judy, words by Anne 
Caldwell, music by Jerome Kern [of 
U. S.] 142 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553156; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

words and music by Hal Parker 

[i. e. Henry Parker, of England, 
domiciled at New York] 143 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553310; 
Henry Parker, New York. 

Every fellow loves the girl that I 

love ; words and melody by T. Lewis 

[of U. S.] 144 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555020; 

Thomas Lewis, Woodridge, N. J. 

Every little heart that's lonely ; 
words and melody by Blanche Mer- 
rill and Leo Edwards [of U. S.], 
arr. by Ed. Morbach, jr. [of U. S.] 

145 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553385; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Everyone has a fireside somewhere ; 
words by Edward Lockton, music by 
Leslie Wilson [of England] ; in E 
flat. 146 

© Dec. 11, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1923 ; E 551282 ; Warren & Phillips, 
London. 

Fairy-fair; words and music by W. 
W. Turrentine [of U. S.] 147 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555126; 
Walter Wm. Turrentine, Greens- 
boro, N. C. 



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Fairy friends ; words by Ethel Ber- 
nard Kelly, music by Louis Marsden 
[of Great Britain] 148 

© Dec. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 23; E 
551318; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Family (The) circle; duet and quar- 
tet, words by Mrs. C. M. Stapp, 
music by M. N. Wilson [of U. S.] ; 
male voices. 8vo. [Photostat] 149 
© July 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 21; E 
553418; Meredith N. Wilson, Den- 
ver. 

Fan my lady lightly; fan song, 
words by Adele Marie Shaw, music 
by G. Klemm [of U. S.] ; male voice 
and mixed chorus ad lib. 150 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923; E 553413; 
Gustav Klemm, Baltimore. 

Fancies; suite, by Edward J[ohn] 
Moeran [of Great Britain] ; pf. Con- 
tents : 1. Windmills.— 2. Elegy.— 3. 
Burlesque. 151 

© Dec. 6, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; E 
551297; Schott & co., London. 

Fantaisie chromatique et fugue. 
See Bach (Johann Sebastian) 

Farnacht efin feld (On the fields at 
twilight) ; words by Abraham Rei- 
sen, music by J. Kritshevsky [of 
Russia, domiciled at New York] 

152 

• © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 553197; 
Jasha Kritchevsky, New York. 

F-a-t-h-e-r ; words and music by G. T. 

Jeter [of U. S.] 153 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553139; 

Gilbert Troy Jeter, Oklahoma, Okl. 

Father, bless Thy word; words and 
music by Charles P. Scott [of U. S.] ; 
men's voices. 4to. (Octavo series, 
men's voices, no. 464) 154 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4; E 
555039 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Faustina hath the fairer face ; 
madrigal, trans., sc. and ed. by 
Edmund Horace Fellowes [of Great 
Britain] ; five mixed voices. 4to. 
(English madrigal school, no. 26: 
Madrigals in Michael Cavendish's 
Book of airs and madrigals) 155 
© Dec. 15, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 551407 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 



Fiddle (The) ; by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer [of U. S.] ; piano. (Musi- 
cal instruments, no. 3) 156 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553493 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Fiddlers' fancy. See Music pictures. 

Fidelite ; a love idyl, by Herman Van 
Dyk [of Great Britain] op. 58, no. 
2 ; piano, in B flat. 157 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 9; E 
551486; Banks & son, York, Eng- 
land. 

Fidg-et-ty (The) fidge; lyric by 
Henry Creamer, music by Lew Pol- 
lock [of U. S.] 158 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 12; E 
555188 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

Fiesta (La) waltzes; by N. Lieman 

[of U. S.], [arr. by Genevieve S. 

Ellis, of U. S.] ; piano. 159 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553136; 

Nettie Lieman, Los Angeles. 

Fire (A) laddie just like my daddy; 
words by Bartley Costello, music by 
Johnnie Tucker [of U. S.] 160 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 2; E 
554959; Joe Mittenthal, inc., New 
York. 

First sonata ; by Louis Gruenberg 
[of U. S.] op. 9; violin and piano. 

161 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553176; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Flame (The) dance of Isis ; by Louis 
T. Gruenberg [of U. S.] op. 5, no. 
5; pf. (Five impressions, no. 5) 

162 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
553326 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

Fleeting ; by Henry Cowell [of U. S.] ; 

piano. (Six ings, no. 3) 163 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. . 6, 

1923 ; E 555050 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 

inc., New York. 

Fleurs de tendresse ; entr'acte, par V. 
Dyck [of France] ; pour violon et 
petit orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. 164 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551536; E. Gaudet, Paris. 



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Flight of the bluebirds ; by C. E. 
Leighton [of U. S], arr. by Mary 
E. Gurran [of U. S.] ; 1st and 2nd 
mand. and piano. ( Select music for 
mandolin orchestra) 165 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
553298; Clifford E. Leighton, Port- 
land, Me. 

Floating ; by Henry Cowell [of U. 

S.] ; piano. (Six ings, no 1) 166 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; 

E 555048; Breitkopf & Hartel, inc., 

New York. 

Floe de Habana ; serenade espagnole, 
par Vincenzo Billi [of Italy] op. 366; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

167 
© Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; 
E 551328 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Florentines intermezzo ; von Ignatz 
Waghalter [of Germany], bearbeitet 
von Carl Zimmer [of Germany] ; 
salon orch. with piano-conductor. 
Ed. Schott. (Domesticum, no. 109) 

168 
© Apr. 27, 1921; 1 c. Sept. 23, 
1922; E 551483; B, Schott's sohne, 
Mainz, Germany. 

Forste (Den) kserlighed ; af'folkeko- 
medien Cigaretpigen, tekst of Al- 
fred Kjerulf, music af Edvard Brink 
[of Denmark] 169 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; 
E 551464 ; Willie! m Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

For just one little apple ; waltz 
song, with fox trot chorus, words by 
H. B. Havens, music by H. Richard 
[of U. S.] 170 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555032; 
H. B. Havens, Ogallala, Neb. 

Four o'clock blues ; by G. Horsley' 

[of U. S.], arr. by Phil Worde [of 

U. S.] ; piano. 171 

© 1 c' Jan. 4, 1923; E 553507; 

Gus Horsley, New York. 

Fox-trot ; melody by M. Altschuler [of 
U. S.] 172 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 553505; 
Modest Altschuler, New York. 

Frailachi (Die) yidalich ; melody by 
A. Schwartz [of U. S.] 173 

. © I.e. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553388; 
Abe Schwartz, New York. 



Free ! words by James Rowe, music 

by M. H. Cummings [of U. S.] 174 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; K 

555130 ; M. Homer Cummings, Glen 

White, W. Va. 

Freilaci-ii (Di) nacht in Adess ; mel- 
ody by A. Schwartz [of U. S] ; 
instrumental. 1 75 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, .1923 ; E 553389 ; 
Abe Schwartz, New York. 

Frills and frivolities (Colifichets) ; 
intermezzo, by Hubert Bath [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. 176 
© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 551436; Bosworth & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Frisking ; by Henry Cowell [of V. 

S.] ; piano. [Six ings, no. 2) 177 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; 

E 555049; Breitkopf & Hartel, inc., 

New York. 

From Puritan days. See MacDowell 
(Edward Alexander) New England 
idyls. 

Fuzzy (The) wuzzy bird ; words and 
music by Harold Weeks [of U. S.] 

178 
© Oct. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553161 ; Forster music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 

Gallant (The) 106th infantry 
march; by L. M. Matt [of U. S.], 
arr. by Albert Chiaffarelli [of U. 
S.] ; solo and 1st B flat cornet. 179 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; E 555131; 
Lawrence Mansfield Matt, New York. 

Garden (The) of thoughts; words 
by Josephine Robinson, music by 
Bertha Barker [of U. S.] 180 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553249 ; Carlin music co.* Indian- 
apolis. 

Gather rose-buds while ye may ; trio, 
words by Robert Herrick, music by 
Elias Blum [of U. S.] op. 15, no. 2; 
women's voices. 4to. (Octavo se- 
ries, women's voices, no. 829) " 181 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; 
E 553502; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Gifts ; a connective service for Christ- 
mas, words by Edith Sanford Tillot- 
son, music by I. H. Meredith and 
William Moore [of U. S.] 8vo. 182 
© Oct. 8, 1921 ; 2 c. and aff. Sept 
1, 1922; A 684143; Tu liar-Meredith 
co., New York. 



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Gipsy ; part song, music by Charles P. 
Scott [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. 
(Octavo series, men's voices, no. 
462)' 183 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4; E 
555038; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Giel ( The ) I love best, my mother ; 
words and music by C. L. Thudi- 
chum [of U. S.] Los Angeles, Calif., 
W. A. Quincke & co. 184 

© Nov. 22, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 554979; C. L. Thudichum, Los 
Angeles. 

Give me one day; from Lola in love, 
words by Irving Caesar, music by 
Hugo Hirsch [of U. S.] 185 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2. 1923 ; 
E 554884; Harms, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on new lyrics] 

Give thanks and sing; sacred song, 
words by Edward Lockton, 'music 
by Cuthbert Harris [of England] ; 
in B flat. 186 

© Dec. 8, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551281; Warren & Phillips, Lon- 
don. 

Glory songs ; by various authors, coll. 
by P. W. Dixon [of Australia] 8vo. 
(Royal ed., no. 12) 187 

© Oct. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551369; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Go '(The) go bug; words by Alex. 
Rogers, melody by C. Luckeyth 
Roberts [of U. S.] 188 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553270; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Go ye, my canzonets ; by Morley, ed. 
by Sydney Grew [of Great Britain] ; 
two treble voices. Polymetric ed. 
4to. (First booke of canzonets to 
two voices, no. 1) 189 

© Dec. 7, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551446 ; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Goblin dance ; by Frank Adlam [of 

England] ; pf. 190 

© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 551382 ; Nightingale & co., London. 

Goldene (Die) chasene ; words and 
melody by J. I, Tanzman [of U. S.] 

(-mn rcmbio an) 

191 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923 ; E 555327 ; 
Joseph I. Tanzman, Brooklyn. 



Good-night ; waltz, words and melody 
by Leo Wood, Irving Bibo and Con 
Conrad [of U. S.], arr. by C. Conrad. 

192 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923: E 553366; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

words by Bernard Freeman Trot- 
ter, music by M. Stark [of -Canada] 
Toronto, Canada, Anglo-Canadian 
music co. 193 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551285; Mabel Stark, Toronto, 
Canada. 

GOOD-NIGHT, THE SUN IS SHINING ; 

from Diana comes to town, words by 
Cyrus Wood, music by Will Ortmann 
[of U.S.] 194 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; E 
553515 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Good burim. See Purim (A) songster. 

Goodbye, mother dear, don't cry ; 
words by H. Holloway, melody by 
Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] 195 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553351; 
Herbert Holloway, Wilcox, Canada. 

Graceful dance. See Three dances 
from Charles I. 

Grand {A) old world this is; words 
by R. Laurin, melody by Herman 
Dubois [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] 196 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553125; 
Rose Laurin, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Grandaddy; words and melody by R. 
C. Goldberg [of U. S.] 197 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555009; 
Russell C. Goldberg, New York. 

Grandfather (The) clock. See 
Domestic suite. 

Greeting to summer ; by George F. 
Hamer [of U. S.] ; piano. 198 

© Jan. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; E 
555046 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Grieving blues; words by Frank 

Strepponi, melody by John Martell 

[of IT. S.] 199 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553392; 

Chas. Marcello, New York. 

Had I but known ; duet from Dede\ 
English lyric by Donovan Parsons, 
music by Henri Christine [of 
France] ; in E flat. [Staff and tonic 



sol-fa notations] 



200 



© Nov. 16, 1922 ; 1 c. Nov. 17 ; E 
551425; B. Feldman & co., London. 



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Handel ( Georg Feiedeich ) Air 
d'Hercule au 2 me acte d'Herakles ; 
oratorio, texte anglais de Thomas 
Broughton, traduction franchise de 
M. de Rudder, musique de Haendel, 
revu et adapts par Alfred Wot- 
quenne [of Belgium] ; basse. (Re- 
pertoire frangais de l'ancien chant 
classique, no. 598) 201 

© Dec. 21, 1922 : 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551495 ; Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision and adaptation] 

Happy (The) family; vocal one-step, 
words by Katie Anthony, music by 
R. Marc-Anthony [of Great Britain] 

202 
© Dec. 15, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551293 ; Cecil Lennox & co., Lon- 
don. 

Happy (The) joueney; words tr. by 
Edward Lockton, an old tune to new 
harmonies by Ernest Austin [of 
England] ; in E. 203 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 6; E 
551481 ; Joseph Henry Larway, Lon- 
don. 

Harlequinade (The) ; fantastic oper- 
ette song cycle, words and music by 
Claude Arundale [of Great Britain] 

204 
" © Dec. 27, 1922 : 2 c. Jan. 5, 1923 : 
E 551431; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Haemoniana; overture, by J. F. Ga- 
luska [of U. S.], arr. by M. H. Kib- 
ble [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 205 
© Jan. 15, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 10; E 
555132 ; Victor music co., Chicago. 

Harp (The) ; by G. A. Grant-Schaefer 
. [of U. S.] ; piano. (Musical instru- 
ments, no. 2) 206 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553492 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Hawaiiana ; serenade, par J. Lenoir 
[of France] ; orch. avec piano con- 

• ducteur. 4to. 207 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 29 ; E 
551327 ; Societe anonyme des edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. 

He alone can guide me theough ; 
duet and quartet, words by Mrs. A. 
A. Stapp, music by M. N. Wilson 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. 8vo. [Pho- 
tostat] 208 
© June 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 21; E 
553422 ; Meredith N. Wilson, Denver. 



He's the talk of the whole daen 
town ; comedy song, words and mu- 
sic by Bert Reed and Billy Heagney 
[of U. S.] 209 

© Jan. 2, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 2: E 
553106 ; Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

Head and hands; fundamental tech- 
nique, by Stephen A. Emery, op. 37, 
augmented and rev. by Charles Den- 
nee [of U. S.] ; piano, pt. 1. Aug- 
mented and rev. ed. ( Schmidt's edu- 
cational series, no. 284a) 210 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553504 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on aug- 
menting and revising] 

Heaet (A) of gold; waltz, words by 
Benj. E. Cudney, music by M. Piazza 
[of Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn, N. 
Y.] ; 1st violin ace. 211 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553508; 
Michael Piazza, Brooklyn. 

Heartaches ; words by David D. 
Schneider and Irving Rothman, mel- 
ody by J. Kritchevsky [of Russia, 
domiciled at New York] 212 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 553196; 
Jasha Kritchevsky, New York. 

Hoang-Ho; China fox-trot, by Elith 
Worsing [of Denmark] ; piano. 213 
© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551463; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Holliday (John Chaeles) Three 
west country dances ; by J. C. Holli- 
day [of Great Britain] ; pf. Con- 
tents : 1. Shepherd's dance.— 2. Pipe 
dance. — 3. Maypole dance. 214 

© Dec. 6; 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; E 
551296 ; Schott & co., London. 

Hommage musical a Gabeiel Fauee ; 
1, berceuse par Maurice Ravel [of 
France] ; violin et piano. (In Sup- 
plement de la Revue musicale d'oc- 
tobre, 1922) 215 

© Oct. 1, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551392 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

— — III, par Louis Aubert [of 
France] ; piano. (In Supplement de 
la Revue musicale d'octobre 1922) 

216 
© Oct. 1, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551393; Durand & cie., Paris. 



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Hommage musical a Gabriel Faure — 
Continued. 

IV, par Flo-rent Schmitt [of 

France] ; piano. (In Supplement de 
la Revue musicale d'octobre 1922) 

217 



© Oct. 1, 1922: 2 c. Dec. 29 
551388 : Durand & cie., Paris. 



E 



V, par Charles Koechlin [of 

France] ; piano. (In Supplement de 
la Revue musicale d'octobre 1922) 

218 
© Oct 1, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551389 ; Revue musicale, Paris. 

VI, par Paul Ladmirault [of 

France] : piano. (In Supplement de 
la Revue musicale d'octobre 1922) 

219 
© Oct. 1, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29: E 
551390 : Revue musicale. Paris. 

VII, par Roger Ducasse [of 

France] ; piano. (In Supplement de 
la Revue musicale d'octobre 1922) 

220 
© Oct. 1, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551391 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Hoo doo blues ; fox trot, words and 
melody by E. C. O'Hara [of U. S.] 
and C. B. Madder [of England], arr. 
by E. C. O'Hara. 221 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923: E 553360: 
Emory C. O'Hara and Chas. B. 
Madder, Milwaukee. 

Hour of dreams ; words and melody 
by Walter Smith [of U. S.] 222 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; E 553433; 
P. O. Brewer, San Francisco. 

How I've got dem twilight blues ; 
words and melody by Willy M. 
Grant [of U. S.], arr. by William G. 
Still [of U. S.] 223 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555083; 
Herbert music co., New York. 

How to lift forms ; music by Glenn 

Rouse Waterman [of U. S.] 224 

© Nov. 10, 1922 ; 2 c. Nov. 29 ; aff. 

Dec. 26 ; A 694254 ; Waterman piano 

school, Los Angeles. 

HOW YA GONNA KEEP YOUR MIND ON 
DANCING, WHEN YOU'RE DANCING 
WITH SOMEO?7E YOU LOVE | f l'Om 

George White's scandals of 1922. 
words bv Lew Brown, music by 
James F. Hanley [of U. S.] 225 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Jan. IS; 
E 553460; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 



Hunt (The) cup; or, Chanticleer's 
race, part-song, words by J. H. 
Smithwhite. music by R. F. Jarman 
[of England] ; mixed voices. Lon- 
don, Novello & co., ltd. 4to. 226 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 551378 ; Robert F. Jarman, North 
Sanderland, England. 

Hurdy-gurdy (The) ; by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer [of U. S.] ; piano. (Mu- 
sical instruments, no. 6) 227 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553496 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Hur-rah for Hen-ry ; words and mu- 
sic by H. L. Brown [of U. S.] 228 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4; E 
553199; Harry Leslie Brown, La- 
conia, N. H. 

Hymn of Pan ; poem by Shelley, mu- 
sic by Granville Bantock [of Eng- 
land] 229 
© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551358 ; Swan & co., ltd., London. 

I ain't never had no lovin' yet ; 
words and music bv C. G. Collins 
[of U. S.], arr. by Harry L. Afford 
[of U. S.] Little Rock, Ark., South- 
ern music pub. co. 230 
© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553255; C. G. Collins, Little Rock, 
Ark. 

I am aIl alone ; fox trot, words by 
Ernest Kirkby, music by George H. 
Taylor [of U. S.] 231 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553259 ; Kirkby & Taylor music pub., 
Meriden. Conn. 

I CAN ALWAYS SEE THE SUNSHINE 
WHEN THE CLOUDS ARE ROLLING BY ; 

words and music by Lee Turner and 
C. S. Millspaugh [of U. S.] 232 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555017; 
Times square music pub. co.. New 
York. 

I didn't know I cared ; words and 
melody by C. Calvert and J. Barnett 
[of U. S.] 233 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; E 553435; 
Charles Calvert and Jack Barnett, 
Brooklyn. 

I don't know ; words and music by L. 
Didge [of U. S.] 234 

© 1 c. Dec. 14, 1922; E 55330S ; 
Lawrence Didge, Chicago. 



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I got my eye on you ; words and mu- 
sic by A. S. Herzog [of U. S.], arr. 
by Tom Clark [of U. S.] 235 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923 ; E 555199 ; 
Arthur S. Herzog, New York. 

I'll find the key to your heart ; 
from Elsie, words and music by 
Carlo and Sanders [of U. S.] 236 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; 
E 553440; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

I love life ; words by Irwin M. Cassel, 
music by Mana-Zucca [pseud, of Au- 
gusta Zuckermann, of U. S.] op. 83 ; 
high voice. 237 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 12; 
E 553364; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

I'm a devil with the girls ; words by 
Albert Leboff, melody by J. Lebo- 
witz [of Roumania, domiciled at 
Roselle, N. J.] 238 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553359; 
Joseph Lebowitz, Roselle, N. J. 

I'm cuckoo over you ; words and mu- 
sic by A. S. Herzog [of U. S.], arr. 
by Tom Clark [of U. S.] 239 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; E 555201; 
Arthur S. Herzog, New York. 

I'm de happiest darkey dat ever was 
born ; fox-trot song, words by C. S. 
Evans, music by Cal Southern 
[pseud, of Stanley F. Widener, of 
U. S.] Los Angeles, Calif., Royal 
music pub. co. 240 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 554982; Stockton Evans, Los An- 
geles. 

I'm done-done-done with you; char- 

• acter song, words and music by Al. 

Bernard [of U. S.] ; medium voice. 

241 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 2; E 
553109 ; Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

I'm getting better ; words by Arthur 
Weigall, music by Muriel Lillie [of 
England] ; in F. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 242 

© Dec. 13, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 26; E 
551401 ; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
Londpn. 

I'm golng to join a harem ; words 

and music by H. M. Archibald [of 

U. S.] 243 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923: E 553198; 

Hazel M. Archibald, New York. 



I'm gonna get you ; words and music 
by Porter Grainger and Bob Rick- 
etts [of U. S.] 244 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 12; E 
553427 ; Zipf music pub. co., New 
York. 

fox trot, by Porter Grainger and 

Bob Ricketts [of U. S.], arr. by B. 
Ricketts; orch. 4to. 245 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 12; E 
553424; Zipf music pub. co., New 
York. 

I'm grieving for my dady, Mr. Moon ; 

words by Marie Frances Stevens, 

music by E. C. Stevens [of U. S.] 246 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 553217; 

Edwin Campbell Stevens, Baltimore. 

I'm lonesome and I'm going back 
home some sweet day ; words and 
music by T[homas] Cliff[ord] Lee 
and J[ames] Clark Martin [of U. 
S.] 247 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; E 555134; 
T. C. Lee and J. C. Martin, Louis- 
ville. 

I'm longing for you Dixie mine ; 
words and music by D. E. Silver- 
man [of U. S.], arr. by Jean Walz 
[of U. S.] 248 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553114; 
David Edson Silverman, Chicago. 

I'm scared of you: words by Alex. 
Rogers, melody by C. Luckeyth 
Roberts [of U. S.] 249 

© 1 c. Jan. 6; 1923; E 553276; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

I MAY HAVE BEEN BORN IN VIRGINIA, 
BUT MY HEART'S IN A QUAKER TOWN ; 

words by Rosa O'Hagan and B. 
Wesley, music by B. Wesley [of 
U. S.] . 250 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553393; 
Bert Wesley, Philadelphia. 

I MEAN NO ONE ELSE BUT YOU ', f rom 

Lola in love, words by Irving 
Caesar, music by Hugo Hirsch [of 
U. S.] 251 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 554886; Harms, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on new lyrics] 

I NEVER MISS THE SUNSHINE, I'M SO 

used to the rain ; words by Neil 
Pardette, music by Norman Jay 
Harvey [of U. S.] 252 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 3; E 
554984; Joe Morris music co., New 
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I PASSED BY YOUR WINDOW ] WOl'dS by 

Helen Taylor, music by May H. 
Brahe, arr. by Clarence Lucas [of 
Great Britain] ; male quartet or 
chorus. 4to. (Enoch & sons 
quartets and choruses, no. 1) 253 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553158 ; Enoch & sons, New York. 

I SAY TO ALL MEN FAR AND NEAR; 

Easter, words by Von Hardenberg, 
tr. by Catherine Winkworth, music 
by Geo. A. Burdett [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Octavo series, mixed 
voices, sacred, no. 1368) 254 

© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553500; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

I SHOULD FOR GRIEF AND ANGUISH ; by 

Morley, ed. by Sydney Grew [of 
Great Britain] ; two treble voices. 
Polymetric ed. 4to. (First booke 
of canzonets to two voices, no. 19) 

255 
© Dec. 7, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551445 ; J. Cur wen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

I've crowned the Savior King of my 
heart ; words by F. E. Roush, mu- 
sic by Eva Williams [of U. S.] 256 
© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553151; Frank E. Roush, Cin- 
cinnati. 

I've found love at last ; from Diana 
comes to town, words by Cyrus 
Wood, music by Will Ortmann [of 
U. S.] 257 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; E 
553516 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

I've got the blues for my home in 
Dixie ; words by G. W. White, mu- 
sic by H. Richard [of U. S.] 258 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555025; 
George W. White, Princeton, N. J. 

I've got those runnin' wild blues ; 

from Liza, words and music by 

Maceo Pinkard [of U. S.] 259 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 554878 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

I've loved her since I heard her sing 
Killarney; words and music by J. 
Gibbons [of U. S.], arr. by Theodore 
Tache [of U. S.] 260 

© Dec. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 553236; James Gibbons, Ansonia, 
Conn. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



I wish the morning would never 

come ; words and music by Alfin A. 

Philipp [of U. S.] 261 

© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; E 

553463; A. A. Philipp, St. Louis. 

If I were the Sultan of Turkey, 
I would know what to do ; dance 
oriental, melody by S. G. Kahn [of 
U. S.] 262 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 553204; 
Samuel George Kahn, New York. 

If wives were put on sale ; from Lola 
in love, words by Irving Caesar, 
music by Hugo Hirsch [of U. S.] 

263 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 554885; Harms, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on new lyrics] 

If you want to keep your daddy 
home ; blues, words and music by 
Porter Grainger, Bob Ricketts and 
Ernest Paisley [of U. S.] 264 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 12; E 
553426; Zipf music pub. co., New 
York. 

If you were only mine ; w r ords and 

music by N. Fisher [of U. S.], arr. 

by Vera Elliott [of U. S.] 265 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553339; 

Nat Fisher, Los Angeles. 

Iliff ; words and music by J. P. Aag- 
aard [of U. S.] 266 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; E 555034 ; J. 
P. Aagaard, Covington, Ya. 

Improvisation. See Miersch (Paul 
Th.) Drei characterstiicke. 

Improvisation on a theme The 

bailiff's daughter of Islington. 

See Stray leaves. 
In a fairy boat ; by Brian Hope [of 

England] ; pf. 267 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 3; E 

551356; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

In days of old. See Bush (Walter) 
Six miniatures. 

In flower of April springing ; madri- 
gal, trans., sc. and ed. by Edmund 
Horace Fellowes [of Great Britain] ; 
five mixed voices. 4to. (English 
madrigal school, no. 21: Madrigals 
in Michael Cavendish's Book of 
airs and madrigals) 268 

© Dec. 15, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 551414; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 



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284 



In heavenly love abiding ; hymn- 
anthem, Bibical words, music by 
J. Henry [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
organ ace. (Gamble's octavo ed- 
itions) 269 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; 
E 553404 ; Gamble hinged music CO., 
Chicago. 

In me gratia omnis ; offertory or 
motet, music by A. L. Gabert [of 
U. S.] ; three male voices, organ 
ace. 4to. 270 

© Dec. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 553295 ; Abel L. Gabert, Washing- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on new 
matter] 

In that beautiful city of gold ; 
words and music by J. Bradley [of 
U. S.] 271 

© Jan. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 2 ; E 
554951; Joseph Bradley, Phila- 
delphia. 

In the land of smiling watees ; fox 
trot, by Frank Oliver and Norman 
Coombs [of U. S.], arr. by Walter 
G. Haenschen [of U. S.] ; sym- 
phonic dance orch. Feist ed. 272 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
553368; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

In the valley of broken hearts; 
words and music by Moe Thompson, 
Elmer Olsen and Marie Prescott [of 
U. S.] 273 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; 
E 553381; Jack Mills, inc., New 
York. 

Installation (The); grand march, 

by Karl Lenox [pseud, of L. B. 

Knox, of U. S.] ; piano. 274 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 

555165 ; Lenox music co., Boston. 

Intermezzo. See Brahms (Johannes) 

Invitation (An) ; words and music 
by A. Mathews [of U. S.] 275 

© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; 
E 553372 ; Alice Mathews, St. Peters- 
burg, Fla. 

Invocation ; words and music by M. 
A. Summers [of U. S.] 276 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923 ; E 553411 ; 
Marie Antoinette Summers, Brook- 
lyn. 



Isabel ; words by Alex. Rogers, mel- 
ody by C. Luckeyth Roberts [of 
U. S.] -277 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553269; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Isabelle & Pantalon ; opera bouffe en 
deux actes, de Max Jacob, musique 
de Roland-Manuel [of France] ; 
partition piano et chant. 278 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
D 26399 ; Heugel, Paris. 

Isle (The) of paradise; words by B. 
Ramirez, music by Marvin West- 
man [of U. S.] Los Angeles, Pacific 
coast pub. and distributing co. 279 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1923; E 554981; Benign Ramirez, 
Avalon, Calif. 

Isolde. See Wagner (Richard) 

It ain't no fun to get 'em young, 
when they're just as wise as you ; 
words by Rosa O'Hagan and B. Wes- 
ley, music by B. Wesley [of U. S.] 

280 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553394; 
Bert Wesley, Philadelphia. 

It came upon the midnight clear ; 
arr. by Paul Dawson [of U. S.] ; 
piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay state 
music co. (At Christmas time, no. 
2) 281 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1923 ; E 553166 ; R. Liversidge, Law- 
rence, Mass. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement and harmonization] 

It is the hour when from the 
boughs ; words by Byron, music by 
M a r y Carmichael [of Great 
Britain] ; sop. and contralto. (Se- 
lected vocal duets) 282 
© Jan '2, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; E 
555045; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

It's a wonderful world after all ; 
words and music by Newton- Alex- 
ander [of U. S.] 283 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; 
E 553382; Jack Mills, inc., New 
York. 

It's always sunshine when you're 
around ; words and music by Frank 
Williams and Bessie Krey [of U. S.-] 
New York, Authors & composers 
music co. 284 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan.. 13: E 
553374; Famous writers music co., 
Brooklyn. 



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It takes a little love to drive the 
blues away ; words and music by 
Sym Winkel and Will Collins [ot 
U. S.] 285 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 2; E 
553104; Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

It was a lover and his lass ; words 
by William Shakespeare, music by 
Norman O'Neill [of England] 28G 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; 
E 553325; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

It won't be long now ; melody by M. 

M. Jockers [of U. S.] 287 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; E 553429; 

Monroe Mann Jockers, Los Angeles. 

Jackie ; words by J. H. Weitzel, 

melody by Herman Dubois [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 288 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553128; 

John H. Weitzel, Slick, Old. 

Japanese moon ; melody by T. Cum- 

ings [of U. S.] 289 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553290; 

Thayer Cumings, Bedford Hills, 

N. Y. 

Jazimova : words by Lloyd Oeg^ear, 
melody by Harry Childs [of U. S.] 

290 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553137; 
Robert Harry Childs, Tacoma. 

Jazzland ball ; words by Alex. Rogers, 
melody by C. Luckeyth Roberts [of 
U. S.] 291 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553278; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Jean ; by J. M. Smith, jr. [of U. S.] ; 

piano. 292 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 554856; 

James Miller Smith, jr., Newark, 

N. J. 

Jestjs is leading me still ; words and 
music by C. G. Elliott [of U. S.] 

293 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 9; E 
553309; Curtis Glenn Elliott, Los 
Angeles. 

Jesus, precious Jesus ; words and 
music by M. N. Wilson [of U. S.] 
8vo. [Photostat] 294 

© May 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 21; E 
553419; Meredith N. Wilson, Den- 
ver. 



Jesus remaineth the same ; words 
by H. F. McLain, music by H. F. 
and Carrie McLain [of U. S.] (In 
Special songs for Jesus) 295 

© May 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553122; H. F. McLain. Jasper, 
Ala. 

Jewel in the lotus (Om mani pad- 
mi hum) ; tr. from The Pali, music 
by May Courtney [of Australia] 
(Paling's song series, no. 106) 296 

© Oct. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1923; E 551374; W. H. Paling & 
co., ltd., Sydney, Australia. 

Joie de viore ; valse brillante, par 
ManlioDi Veroli [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. 297 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; 
E 551308 ; Schott & co., London. 

Jong (Marinus de) Zes preluden 
(Six preludes) ; de M. De Jong 
[of Belgium J ; piano. Contents: — 

1. Elegiacum (Beati qui lugent). — ■ 

2. Elegiacum (Miser f actus sum). — 

3. Consolatorium. — 4. Nocturnum. — 
5. Dulcis melancholiae. — 6. Relig- 
iosum. 298 

© Dec. 1, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551287 ; Schott freres, Brussels, 
Belgium. 

Joys (The) of love (Plaisir d'amour) ; 
romance, English tr. by C. P. Stev- 
enson, music by Martini, ed. and arr. 
by Arthur W. Marchant [of Great 
Britain] (Bayley & Ferguson's fes- 
tival series) [English and French 
texts] 299 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1923 ; E 551417 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Jubilante ; intermezzo, by . Gustav 
Klemm [of U. S.] ; piano. Law- 
rence, Mass., Bay state music co. 
(Suite modern, no. 2) 300 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553164; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Jubilate Deo ; a collection of original 
pieces for use in church, schools and 
convents, Latin words, music by Edu- 
ardo Marzo [of U. S.] op. 188; 
treble voices, organ ace. 4to. 301 
© Jan. 3, 1923 : 2 c. Jan. 3 ; E 

• 554976; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield 
Park, N. J. 



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Keechoo ; words and melody by Billy 

Rose and Mort Dixon [of tJ. S.], 

arr. by Billy Rose. 302 

© 1 e. Jan. 2, 1923; E 554948; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Kiss me ; words and music by Joe 
McKiernan and Jack Shilkret [of 
U. S.] 303 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4; 
E 553241 : Shapiro, Bernstein & co.. 
inc., New York. 

Klavier werke. See Bach (Johann 
Sebastian) — Schumann (Robert 
Alexander) 

Knotting ( The ) song : words by 
Charles Sedley, music by Henry 
Purcell, arr. by Alfred Moffat [of 
Great Britain] (Bayley & Fergu- 
son's festival series) 304 
© Dec. 14. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 5. 1923 ; 
E 551418 ; Bayley & Ferguson. Glas- 



Kopsin vi hene gaesti ; words and 
melody by A. Schwartz [of U. S.] 

305 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553386; 
Abe Schwartz, New York. 

Kokte vaeiaties (Petites variations) ; 
op een thema in Dorischen toonaard, 
de Mar. De Jong [of Belgium] ; 
piano. 306 

© Dec. 1, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 3. 1923 ; 
E 551289; Schott freres, Brussels, 
Belgium. 

Kreisleriana. See Schumann (Rob- 
ert Alexander) Klavier werke. bd. 2. 

Kir Klux Klan ; grand march, by K. 
E. Hall [of IT. S.] ; piano. 307 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; 
E 553373; Kathryn E. Hall, Okla- 
homa City, Okl. 

Lacrymosa ; by Grazioli, arr. by 
Arnold Trowell [of Great Britain] ; 
violoncello, violin and pf. 308 

© Nov. 30, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; 
E 551311; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion and arrangement] 

Lady or the lake ; valse elegante, by 
Joseph M. Daly [of U. S.], arr. by 
J. Bodewalt Lampe ; 1st violin. 

309 
© Dec. 5, 1922 ; 1 c. Nov. 29 : 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1923 ; E 555168 ; Jack Mills, 
inc., New York. 



Lady Silvee Heels; words and music 
by B. V. Gaines [of U. S.] Los An- 
geles, Calif., Gaines pub. co. 310 
© Dec. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 553147 ; Berenice Van Loan 
Gaines, Los Angeles. 

Last night the world began ; words 
by Gus Kahn, music by Allan H. 
Covington [pseud, of Isham Jones, 
of V. S.] 311 

© Oct. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 : 
E 553162 ; Forster music publisher 
inc.. Chicago. 

Laughin' cryin' blues ; words and 
music by Porter Grainger and Bob 
Ricketts [of U. S.] 312 

© Jan. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 12 ; E 
553425; Zipf music pub. co.. New 
York. 

Laughing water. See Tone and 
rhythm. 

Leibedig briderlach ; melody by A. 
Schwartz [of U. S.] 313 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553390; 
Abe Schwartz, New York. 

Leichte charakterstucke ( Easy 
pieces) ; von Goby Eberhardt [of 
Germany] ; violine, die ersle lage 
nicht iiberschreitend, und klavier. 
(Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 2180) 

314 
© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dee. 9; 
E 551457; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Le.tos del hogar; poesia de F. Milian, 
musica de Guadalupe Milian [of 
Porto Rico] San Juan, Puerto Rico. 
Jose Laza & ca. 315 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 : 
E 553154 ; Francisco Milian, San 
Juan, Porto Rico. 

Let Israel 'trust. See Purim (A) 
songster. 

Let's brighten everything ! valse by 
Joseph Holbrooke [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; piano. Paxton's ed. - 316 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551354; W. Paxton & co., ltd., 
London. 

Let the fun begin; march, words and 
music by Fred. K. Huffer [of U. S.] ; 
sop. alto and bar. 4to. (School mu- 
sic for the upper grades and high 
school) (Cover title: — When the fun 
begins) 317 

© Dec. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 554849 ; Chart music pub. house, 
Chicago. 



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Liberty bell of Lithuania ; march, 
by L. Buinis [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

318 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553148 ; Longin Buinis, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Liebstraume. See Liszt (Franz) 

Lied du printemps au premier acte 
de la walkyrie. See Wagner 
(Richard) * 

Lt. Culpepper ; march, by H. P. Bur- 
gess [of U. S.], arr. by Leo Fiedler 
[of U. S.] ; band. 319 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553317; 
Harry P. Burgess, Quantico, Va. 

Life; words by A. A. Flagg, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.], [arr. by 

Theo. G. Beach, of U. S.] 320 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555081; 

Alice A. Flagg, Godfrey, 111. 

Life in the world ; words by C. 
Alvaranga, melody by Herman Du- 
bois [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. 
S.] 321 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553132; 
C. Alvaranga, Kingston Jamaica, 
B. W. I. 

Lift up a song ; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by F. A. Armstrong 
[of England] 1. In E flat.— 2. In 
G. 322 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. each Jan. 5, 
1923 ; E 551448 ; Leonard & co., Lon- 
don. 

Lifting up song book ; words by A. 
R. Schooler, music by A. R. Schooler 
and Thoro Harris [of U. S.] 4to. 

323 
© Mar. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
26 ; A 693592 ; A. R. Schooler, Cleve- 
land. 

Lights (The) o' home; twenty ships 
in Bantry Bay, words by Arthur 
Ketchum, music by R. Cooper [of 
Great Britain] Glasgow, Bayley & 
Ferguson. 324 

© Dec. 22, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1923; E 551434; Robert Cooper, 
Lisfannon, England. 

Lilac time. See Schubert (Franz 
Peter) 



Lille (Den) prinsesse ; operette i 3 
akter, sangene af Ludvig Brand- 
strup, musik of Georg Rygaard [of 
Denmark] 320 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551458 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Listen here girls ; words by E 
Munce, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.], [arr. by Fred S. Ronnes, of 
V. S.] 327 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555078; 
E. Munce, Toronto, Canada. 

Liszt (Franz) Liebstraume (Dream 
.of love) ; notturno, no. 2, by Liszt, 
ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], 
played by Harris Meyer [of U. S.] 
( Solo carola, hand played record, 
no. 74666) [Music roll] 328 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
555205: Cable co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on interpretation 
and editing] 

Little (The) banjo; by G. A. Grant- 
Schaeffer [of U. S.] ; piano. (Musical 
instruments, no. 7) 329 

©Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553497 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Little (The) church around the 
corner ; fox trot song, words and 
music by Sam L. Warner, Abe 
Lyman, Arthur Freed and Gus Arn- 
heim [of U. S.] [Photostat] 330 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 554986 : Warner bros., New York. 

Little flapper sweetheart ; words by 
Frances F. Tyler, melody by A. M. 
Fuller [of U. S.] 331 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553464; 
Alfred M. Fuller, Cleveland. 

Little glow worm ; from Elsie, words 
and music by Carlo and Sanders [of 
U. S.], arr. by J. Dell Lampe. 332 

© Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 17 ; E 
553439; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 



Lilies, cushions and roses ; from Little rover don't forget to come 



Dede, English lyric by Donovan 
Parsons, music by Henri Christine 
[of France] ; in D. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 325 

© Nov. 16, 1922; 1 c. Nov. 17: E 
551423; B. Feldman & co., London. 



back home; lyric by Gus Kahn, 
music by Walter Donaldson [of U. 
S.] 333 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 6; E 
553267; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 



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Lo, heee another love ; by Morley, ed. 
by Sydney Grew [of Great Britain] ; 
two treble voices. Polymetric ed. 
4to. (First booke of canzonets to 
two voices, no. 8) . 334 

© Dec. 5, 1922; 1 c. Dee. 29; E 
551440 ; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Lofva Heeeen min s jal ; words from 
Pa 146 : 1-6, English words adapted 
and music composed by C. A. Swan- 
son [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
[Swedish and English texts] 4to. 

335 
© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553231 ; Carl A. Swanson, Galesburg, 
111. 

Lola ; tango milonga, by Camille de 

Rhynal [of France] ; piano. 336 

© Dec. 14. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 551295; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 

London. 

Lona ; ballad fox-trot, words and mu- 
sic by Roland Fern wood [of U. S.], 
arr. by Earl Blankenhorn [of U. S.] 

337 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 554995; 
Roland Gulhrer, Milwaukee. 

Lonely little me ; words and music 
by L. E. Abel [of U. S.] 338 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; E 553140 ; 
L. Earl Abel, San Antonio. 

Lonesome blues ; fox trot, words and 
music by E. Caplan [of U. S.] 339 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553311; 
Edward Caplan, Jersey City. 

Lonesome moments ; by J. Kelshaw 

[of U. S.], arr. by Vern Elliott [of 

U. S.] ; piano. 340 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553333; 

John Kelshaw, Los Angeles. 

Loose (The) shoe. See Domestic 
suite. 

Lora Lee ; glee, words by Joseph J. C. 

Clarke, music by Victor Herbert [of 

U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. 341 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1923 ; 

E 553219 ; Harms, inc., New York; 

Lord (The) of life; words by E. A. 
Dobbins, music by D. Conca [of U. 
S.] obi. 16mo. [Blueprint] 342 
© Dec. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553124; Elwood A. Dobbins, N. 
Bergen, N. J. and Dominick Conca, 
New York. 



Louisville blues ; words and music by 
Bob Ricketts and Mike Jackson [of 
U. S.] 343 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 2; E 
553105 ; Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

L-o-v means I love you ; words and 
music by B. Mell [of U. S.] 344 

© 1 c. Dec. 1, 1922; E 555124; 
Brooks Mell, Atlanta. 

Love and the moon ; from Rose briar, 
words by Booth Tarkington, music 
by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] 345 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553157; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Love (The) fool; words and melody 
by R .C. Goldberg [of U. S.] 346 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555011; 
Russell C. Goldberg, New York. 

Love in harvest time ; intermezzo by 

Frank Gregory [of Great Britain] ; 

piano. 347 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 9; E 

551487 ; Banks & son, York, England. 

Love (The) in your eye; words by 

F. Jamison, music by H. Richard [of 

U. S.] 348 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555031; 

Floyd Jamison, Morrison, Okl. 

Love me in your old time way ; words 
and melody by Willy M. Grant [of 
U. S.], arr. by William G. Still [of 
U. S.] 349 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555086; 
Herbert music co., New York. 

Love me tenderly for love. may die; 
words and music by A. S. Herzog 
[of U. S.l, arr. by Tom Clark [of 
U. S.] • 350 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; E 555198; 
Arthur S. Herzog, New York. 

Love needs no single word ; from The 
clinging vine, words by Zelda Sears, 
music by Harold Levey [of U. S.] 

351 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1923 ; 
E 553221 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Love pirates ; words by P. C. Piatt, 
melody by S. C. Powell [of U. S.] 

352 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553305; 
Shelby C. Powell and Phoebe Cornell 
Piatt, Los Angeles. 



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Lovers vai.se; by E. Enna [of U. S.] ; 

piano. Portland, Or., International 

music pub. co. 353 

© Dec. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 

E 554980 ; Emil Enna, Portland, Or. 

Love's reward ; serenade, by Louis 

Panella [of U. S.] ; orch. with piano. 

4to. 354 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4; E 

553509; Volkwein bros., Pittsburgh. 

serenade, by Louis Panella [of 

U. S.] : piano. (Instructive pieces 

for the pianoforte, no. 88) 355 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4; E 

553191 ; Volkwein bros., Pittsburgh. 

Love's sweet charm and fairy land; 

words and melody by A. A. Brooks 

[of U. S.] 356 

© lc. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553289; 

A. A. Brooks, Indianapolis. 

Love's wooing call ; words by H. V. 
Adams, melody by Jean Navarre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

357 
© 1 c. Jan. 2. 1923; E 553133; 
Hermon V. Adams, Blanchissense, 
Trinidad, B. W. I. 

Lullaby : from the New world sym- 
phony, by Anton Dvorak, arr. by 
Louis R. Dressier [of U. S.] : sop. 1, 
2 and alto. 4to. (Fischer edition: 
Choruses in octavo form, no. 5188) 

358 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553152; J. Fischer & bro.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

■ See also Tone and rhythm. 

Li v llay ! lullay ; carol of the Virgin 
mother, words from time of Henry 
IV. music by W. G. Whittaker [of 
England] ; medium voice. 359 

© Dec. 19, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2. 1923 ; 
E 551366: Winthrop Rogers, ltd., 
London. 

Luna (La) ; polka, bv S. Cusenza [of 
U. S.] ; instrumental. 360 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553287; 
Salvatore Cusenza, Brooklyn. 

Lustige musikanten (Merry musi- 
cians) ; album, von Goby Eberhardt 
[of Germany] ; violine und klavier. 
(Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 2179) 

361 
© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; 
E 551456 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 



Luz (A) music score; for Hearts 
aflame, compiled by Ernst Luz [of 
U. S.] ; piano. 362 

© Dec. 30, 1922: 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1923; E 555162; Photo play music 
co., New York. 

Lying llps : words and music by Lee 
Turner and C. S. Millspaugh [of 
U. S.] 363 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 555016; 
Times square music pub. co., New 
York. 

M'e' ssora : melody by R. Grauso [of 
U. S.] 364 

© 1 c. Jan. 3. 1923: E 554990; 
Raffaele Grauso, New York. 

MacDowell (Edward Alexander) 
New England idyls; by MacDowell, 
ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz [of IT. S.], 
played by Mary Angell. (Solo 
carola, hand played record, no. 
71696) Contents: — a. Midsum- 
mer. — b. From Puritan days. [Mu- 
sic roll] 365 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
555207; Cable co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on editing] 

To a wild rose ; words by Her- 
mann Hagerdorn, music by E. A. 
MacDowell, arr. by Paul Ambrose 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Oc- 
tavo series, mixed voices, secular, 
no. 213) 366 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4: E 
555041 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Mad, 'cause you treat me this way; 
words by Bobby Heath, music by 
Jimmy McHugh [of U. S.] 367 

© Jan. 10, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 15; 
E 553379; Jack Mills, inc., New 
York. 

Mail (The) man must be mad at me; 
words by Alex. Rogers, melody by C. 
Luckeyth Roberts [of U. S.] 368 

© 1 c. Jan. 6. 1923; E 553275; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Make good ; words and music by N. C. 
Smith [of U. S.] ; male voices. High 
school ed. 4to. (Plantation folk 
songs, no. 8) 369 

© Dec. 1. 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553094; N. Clark Smith, Kansas 
City. Mo. 



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Mal (La) maridada ; traditional 
Spanish text, music by Antoni Perez 
Moya [of Spain] ; sop. solo and 
mixed voices. 370 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; E 
553519; Kurt Schindler, New York. 

Malipiero (G. Francesco) Due so- 
netti del Berni ; musica di G. F. 
Malipiero [of Italy] ; sop. Con- 
tents : — 1. Chiome d'argento fine. — 2. 
Cancheri e beccafichi. 371 

© Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; 
E 551330 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Mammy's carbon copy ; from Queen o' 
hearts, words and music by Harry 
Riehman, Bill Dugan, and Lou 
Davis [of U. S.] 372 

© Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. Jan. IS; E 
553518 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Mam'zhlle Confetti; intermezzo, writ- 
ten by Fred. W. Leigh, music by 
Langley Thorne [of England] ; in C. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

373 
© Dec. 13, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 26; 
E 551400; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Man o' mine ; the lady of the forest, 
words and music by Evelyn A. Ver- 
ney [of England] 374 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551376 ; Frederick Harris co., Lon- 
don. 

Man ( The ) without a country ; can- 
tata, words by M. Josephine Ma- 
roney, music by E. S. Hosmer [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 375 

© Jan. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; E 
555044 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 

> ton. 

March in F; by W. O. Skillman [of 
U. S.] ; piano. 376 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 553200; 
W. O. Skillman, Columbus, O. 

March of the crusaders. See Three 
pieces from The crusaders. 

March of the prophets ; by F. Jewell 

[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 377 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 

553245; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 

Marche des cotillons ; par Francis 

Popy [of France] ; pour harmonie 

ou fanfare. 4to. 378 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551523 ; E. Gaudet, Paris. 



Marche slave. See Tschaikowsky 
(Peter II j itch) 

Marcia (La) dei Fascisti; di F. 
Pennino [of- U. S.] ; [mand.] (F. 
Pennino's edition, no. 63) 379 

© Dec. 15, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1923 ; E 553448 ; Francesco Pennino, 
Brooklyn. 

Marie ; words by J. H. Weitzel, 

melody by Herman Dubois [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 380 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553129; 

John H. Weitzel, Slick, Okl. 

Martini (G. B.) Allegretto; di G. B. 
Martini, libera trascrizione di Remy 
Principe [of Italy] ; violino e pf. 
(Edition Ricordi, no. 375) 3S1 

© Dec. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; E 
551344 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Mary ; words by O. O. Helgerson, mu- 
sic by H. Richard [of U. S.] 382 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555024; 
Oliver O. Helgerson, Mt. Sterling, 
Wis. 

Mary Ellen, she's waltzing mad ; 
words by Percy Edgar, music by 
Mark Strong [of Great Britain] 

383 

© Dec. 6. 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; E 

551118 ; Cecil Lennox & co., London. 

Mass; in honor of St. Stanislaus, 
Latin words, music by Wal. Bonk 
[of U. S.] ; sop. and alto, ten. and 
bass ad lib., organ ace. Score. 4to. 

384 

© Dec. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 27 ; E 
553397 ; X. Jordan pub. co., Reading, 
Pa. 

Massenet -(Jules Emile Frederic) 
Melodie-elegie ; . des Erinnyes de J. 
Massenet, transcription de H. Mou- 
ton [of Belgium] ; pour violoncelle 
et orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

385 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551534 ; Jean Jobert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion] 

Le roi de Lahore; opera de J. 

Massenet, fantaisie mosai'que par E. 
Tavan [of France] ; orch. avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. 386 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551501; Heugel, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 



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Mavourneen ; the song of the forest 
lover, words and music by Evelyn 
A. Verney [of England] 387 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551377 ; Frederick Harris co., Lon- 
don. 

May day. See Tone and rhythm. 

Maypole dance. See Holliday (John 
Charles) Three west country dances. 

Mazurka (La) ; by S. Cusenza [of 
U. S.] ; instrumental. 388 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553284; 
Salvatore Cusenza, Brooklyn. 

Mechante ! valse-hesitation, par A. 
Barbirolli, arr. par Hans Ourdine 
[of France] ; orch., avec piano-con- 
ducteur. 4to. 389 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 551531 : L. Philippo, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Melodie-elegie. See Massenet (Jules 
Emile Frederic) 

Melodious fox-trot; by L. De Santis 
[of U. S.] ; melody with piano ace. 

390 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 553202; 
Louis De Santis, New York. 

Memories of mother ; words by H. T. 
Parsons, music B. H. Richard [of 
U. S.] 391 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555022; 
Harry T. Parsons, Indiana Harbor, 
Ind: 

Memories of the days that used to 
be : words by P. H. Crabtree, melody 
by Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] 392 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553126; 
Paul H. Crabtree, Hillsdale, Okl. 

Memory isle ; words by Gus Kohn, 
melody by Abe Olman [of U. S.] 

393 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 554949; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) Air de soprano dans 
Paulus : oratorio, texte pris dans 
les Saintes Ecritures, traduction 
franchise de M. de Rudder, musique 
de Mendelssohn, revu et adapte par 
Alfred Wotquenne [of Belgium] ; 
sop. ( Repertoire francais de l'ancien 
chant classique, no. 597) 394 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1923: E 551494; Henry Lemoine et 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision and adaptation] 



Merry England; by Gustave Lind, 
arr. by Ernest Reeves [of Great 
Britain] ; 2 violins, 'cello, bass, har- 
monium and piano. (Western 
dances, no. 1) 395 

© May 17, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 20 ; E 
551304; Augener, ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Merry go round ; melody by M. M. 

Jockers [of U. S.] 396 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; E 553430; 

Monroe Mann Jockers, Los Angeles. 

Midnight revels ; valse, by Cuthbert 
Clarke [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

397 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 4; E 

551427 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Midsummer. See MacDowell (Ed- 
ward Alexander) New England 
idyls. 

Miersch (Paul Th.) Drei character 
stucke; von P. T. Miersch [of Ger- 
many] op. 41; klavier, violine und 
violoncell. Berlin, verlag von Ries 
& Erler. Contents: 1. Pageant 
(Aufzug) . — 2. Improvisation.— 3 
Village festival (Landliches fest) 

398 
© Dec. 10, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; 
E 551399; Paul Th. Miersch, New 
York. 

Minnesota (The) song; words and 
music by Mrs. G. H. Hutchins [of 
U. S.], arr. by Arthur Ward [of 
U. S.] [Photostat] 399 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553099; 
Mrs. George Henry Hutchins, Hop- 
kins, Minn. 

Minuet ; by Arnold Trowell [of Great 
Britain] op. 11, no. 3 ; violoncello 
and pf., en sol. (Six morceaux, 
style ancien, no. 3.) 400 

© Nov. 30, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; E 
551309; Schott & co., London. 

Minuetto ; di Emanuele Bach, libera 
trascrizione di Remy Principe [of 
Italy] ; violino e pf. (Edizione 
Ricordi, no. 377) 401 

© Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; E 
551333; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

-: di G. B. Lulli, libera trascrizione 

di Remy Principe [of Italy] ; violino 
e pf. (Edizione Ricordi, no. 373.) 

402 

© Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; E 
551340; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 



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421 



Miraculous love's wounding ; by Mor- 
ley, ed. by Sydney Grew [of Great 
Britain] ; two treble voices. Poly- 
metric ed. 4to. (First booke of 
canzonets to two voices, no. 7) 403 
© Dec. 7, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29: E 
551441; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Mishawaka (The) glide; waltz, by 
William Joseph Leonard [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. 404 
© Dec. 22, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1923; E 551429; Dolart & co., Lon- 
don. 

Mrs. O'Rokey and Mrs. McGee; 
words by E. Crawford, melody by 
Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] 405 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; E '553131 ; 
Elizabeth Crawford, Kittanning. Pa. 

Mo' 'lasses ; words by Alex. Rogers, 
melody by C. Luckeyth Roberts [of 
U. S.] 406 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553271: 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc.. New 
York. 

Mon cceur m'a dit ; melodie, par G. 
Bonincontro [of France] ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. 407 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1923; E 551529; Paul Decourcelle, 
Nice, France. 

Monomoy ; characteristic dance, by 
Frank C. Bradbury [of L T . S.] ; 
banjo solo, C notation, with piano 
ace. 408 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553258; Wm. C. Stahl, Milwaukee. 

Moon (The) man; unison song, words 
- by William Donahey. music by 
Patty Stair [of U. S.] 4to, (Octavo 
series, unison songs, no. 17) 409 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4: E 
555043 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Moon mist ; waltz song, words by P. 

Schrimser, music by Jack C. and C. 

Coe [of U. S.], arr. by C. Coe. 410 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; E 553452; 

Charles Coe, San Diego, Calif. 

Moonlight waters ; waltz, by Warren 
N. Dean [of U. S.], arr. by Art Higgs 
[of U. S.] ; banjo solo, C notation, 
with piano ace. 411 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553256; Wm. C. Stahl, Milwaukee. 



Moonrise ; chanson d'amour, by Oscar 
Allon [of England] ; piano. London, 
Nightingale & co. 412 

© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551385; Dora Hannah Coombs, 
Frome, England. 

Morris dance. See Three dances from 
Charles I. 

Mother's lullabye ; ballad, words and 

melody by A. F. C6te [of U. S.] 

Card, 5i in. by 101 in. 413 

© Dec. 7, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 12; E 

553400; Alfred F. C6te, Seattle. 

Mother's prayer ; words by Mrs. D. F. 
Cook and Mr. Nelson, melody by 
Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] 414 

©1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553344; 
Mrs. D. F. Cook and Mr. Nelson, 
Valdez, Alaska. 

Mother's song; waltz, by A. F. Eby 
[of U. S.] ; piano ace. Buffalo, N. 
Y., Virtuoso music school. 1. Solo 
for B flat cornet or ten. saxophone. — 

2. Solo for C melody saxophone. — 

3. Solo for E flat alto saxophone. 

415-417 
© Jan. 2. 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 5 ; 
E 553238-553240; W. M. Eby, Buf- 
falo. 

trombone, with piano 

ace. Buffalo, N. Y., Virtuoso music 
school. 418 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553300; W. M. Eby, Buffalo. 

Movie atta boys ; words by P. C. Piatt, 
melody by S. C. Powell [of U. S.] 

419 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553303; 
Shelby C. Powell and Phoebe Cornell 
Piatt, Los Angeles. 

Much it delighted ; madrigal, trans., 
sc. and ed..by Edmund Horace Fel- 
lowes [of Great Britain] ; five mixed 
voices. 4to. (English madrigal 
school, no. 23 : Madrigals in Michael 
Cavendish's Book of airs and madri- 
gals) 420 
© Dec. 15, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 551410; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

Music for quiet worship ; by Bliss M. 
Wiant [of U. S.] ; piano. (In Wor- 
ship book for boys and girls, ed. by 
H. F. Humbert) 421 

© Nov. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553119; Harold F. Humbert, St. 
Louis. 



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Music pictures ; suite, by John H. 
Foulds [of England] op. 55 ; string 
orch. with piano. Concert ed. Con- 
tents : At the theatre. — Evening in 
the forest. — Fiddlers fancy. 422 

© Dec. 15, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551324; Hawkes & son, London. 

MUSIKALISCHER JUGENDFREUND J VOn 

Bernhard Wolff, vollstandig neu 
bearb. von Richard Krentzlin [of 
Germany] ; piano, heft 3, 4. 

423, 424 
© Dec. 16, 1922 ; 1 c. each Jan. 3, 
1923 ; E 551352, 551353 ; Ed. Bote & 
G. Bock, Berlin. 

My beautiful mansion ; words by C. 
A. Carlson, music by D. W. Pitts 
[of IT. S.] 4to. 425 

© Dec. 22, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553172; C. A. Carlson, Fresno, 
Calif. 

My faith will live for ever ; words 
and music by Clarence Russell [of 
Australia] (Paling's song series, no. 
99) 426 

© Oct. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551373 ; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

My good man's blues ; Mahalia's blues, 
words and music by L. and Warren 
Smith and Clarence Johnson [of U. 
S.], arr. by L. Smith [of U. S.] 427 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; E 555192; 
Lloyd Smith, .Chicago. 

My little sweetheart ; words and 
music by R. Larsh [of U. S.] 428 
© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553233; Ralph Larsh, Chicago. 

My love of long ago ; words and mu- 
sic by Alma Sanders and Monte 
Carlo [of U. S.] 429 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; E 
553506 ; Bel win, inc., New York. 

My mother's last words ; waltz-bal- 
lad, words and music by Harry B. 
Holden [of U. S.] 430 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553254 ; National melody co., Cincin- 
nati. 

My motpier's lullaby ; words by Betty 
Gulick, melody by Billy Heagney 
[of U. S.] 431 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553112; 
Triangle music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 



M\- mother's tender care; words by 
C. Bemis, melody by Herman Dubois 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

432 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553346; 
Carl Bemis, Jonesville, Vt. 

My old cabin ; words and melodv by 
Walter Smith [of U. S.] . 433 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; E 553434; 
P. O. Brewer, San Francisco. 

My oriental man ; words by H. H. 
Runge, music by N. Ozmon [of U. 
S.] 434 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553227 ; Nat Ozmon and Harry H. 
Runge, Davenport, la. 

My orinetale ; fox trot song found- 
ed on Cui's Orientale, words and 
music by Harry L. Alford and Har- 
ley Rosso [of U. S.] 435 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553229; McClure music co., St. 
Paul. 

My Redeemer; a sacred song, words 
and music by A. R. Schooler [of 
U. S.], arr. by A. Airhart 436 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 554960; A. R. Schooler, Cleve- 
land. 

My Savior knows ; quartet, words by 
Mrs. A. A. Stapp, music by M. M. 
Wilson [of U. S.] ; male voices. 8vo. 
[Photostat] 437 

© June 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 21; E 
553417; Meredith N. Wilson, Den- 
ver. 

My ship o' dreams; words and music 

by B. E. Johnston [of U. S.], arr. 

by William Lester [of U. S.] 438 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553160; 

Bertha E. Johnston, Chicago. 

Mystic moon ; fox trot, words by S. 

W. Hemstreet, music by Ray Hib- 

beler [of U. S.] 439 

© Jan. 4; 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 

553253 ; S. W. Hemstreet, Ames, la. 

Napulitano 'e Napule; canzonette 
napoletane, versi di F. Mario Russo, 
musica di Giovanni Donnarumma 
[of Italy; mand. ace] 4to. 440 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
553336 ; Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Naughty, naughty ; words and music 
by J. Lawson [of U. S.] 441 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553383; 
Justine Lawson, New York. 



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466 



Ne m'epousez pas ; operette en un acte, 
de Herve Lauwick, musique de 
Georges Menier [of Prance] ; parti- 
tion chant et piano. 442 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
D 26400 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Near the waves (Pres des flots) ; 
fox-trot shimmy, par J. Sieulle [of 
France] 1. Petit orch. avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. 2. Piano. 

443,444 

© Nov. 20, 15, 1922; 1 c. each 

Dec. 29 ; E 551395, 551396 ; Librairie 

Hachette, Paris. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Nel paese incantato; bionda Nady, 
versi -di A. Trusiano, musica di 
Rodolfo Falvo [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 
4to. (Gennarelli Piedigrotta 1922) 

445 

© Sept. 7, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 12; E 

551349 ; Italian book co., New York. 

New (The) America; hymn, words 
and music by Charles Claflin 
Allen [of U. S.] 4to. 446 

© Dec. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 553174 ; Shattinger piano and 
music go., St. Louis. [Copyright is 
claimed no new accompaniment, 
and arrangement] 

New England idyls. See MacDowell 
(Edward Alexander) 

New school of violin studies ; se- 
lected, ed. and rev. by Adam Carse 
[of Great Britain] (Augener's edi- 
tion, no. 5642 df ) bk. 6, 4, 5. 

447-449 

© Nov. 28, 1922; 1 c. each Dec. 

20; E 551305-551307; Augener, ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

revision, editing, and arrangement] 

New ( The ) York blues ; words by 
C. Maxwell, melody by Herman Du- 
bois [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. 
S.] 450 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553342; 
Clinton Maxwell, Acme, Wy. 

the worst blues a man can have, 

words and melody by R. A. Booker 
[of U. S.] 451 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553314; 
It. Arthur Booker, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 

Night; by Louis T. Gruenberg [of TL 
S.] op. 5, no. 4; pf. (Five impres- 
sions, no. 4) 452 
© Jan. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; E 
553327 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 



Night fall. See Bush (Walter) Six 
miniatures. 

Night (The) has a thousand eyes; 
poem by Francis W. Bourdillon, 
music by Edward M. Young [of U. 
S.] 453 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 554829; Schroeder & Gunther, 
New York. 

Night is like a Gipsy maiden; part- 
song, vocal waltz, words by Nellie 
Richmond Eberhart, music by Her- 
bert Stavely Sammond [of U. S.];; 
women's voices. 4to. (Modem 
series, no. 252) 454 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 16; E 
553445 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Night (The) is thine; vesper hymn, 
words and melody by I. C. Carter 
[of U. S.], arr. by Chas. E. Giblett 
[of U. S.] 455 

© Dec. 18, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 18; E 
555123; Ida Catherine Carter, New 
York. 

Night's enchantment ; tone poem, by 

Melvin H. Ribble [of U. S.] ; band. 

4to. 450 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; E 

555133 ; Victor music co., Chicago. 

Nina (La) Bella; traditional Spanish 
text, music by Antoni Perez Moya 
[of Spain] ; five mixed voices. 457 
© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; 
E 553520; Kurt Schincller, New 
York. 

Nobody knows like Jesus ; words and 
music by N. C. Smith [of U. S.] ; 
male voices, in C min. High school 
ed. 4to. (Plantation folk songs, 
no. 6) 458 

© Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. ,2, 1923 ; 
E 553097; N. Clark. Smith, Kansas 
City, Mo. - 

Nocturnum. See Jong (Marinus dej 
Zes preluden. 

Not my day ; from D§d§, English lyric 
by Donovan Parsons, music by Henri 
Christing [of France] ; in A flat 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

459 

© Nov. 16, 1922; 1 c. Nov. 17; 

E 551421 ; B. Feldman & co., London 

Not wanted; duet, words by Mrs. C, 
M. Stapp, music by M. N. Wilson [of 
U. S.] ; alto and baritone. 8vo. 
[Photostat] 460 

© July 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 21; E 
553421 ; Meredith N. Wilson, Denver, 



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pt. in, n. s., v. IS 



NOVELLETTEN. 

Alexander) 



See Schumann (Robert 
Klavier werke. b.d. 2. 



Now is Christ exalted ; words from 
the Bible, music by Charles P. Scott 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Oc- 
tavo series, mixed voices, sacred, no. 
1372) 461 

© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; 
E 553501; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Now is the time ; fox trot song, from 
Troubles of 1922, words and music 
by Goldye Goldstein [of U. S.] 462 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; 
E 553380; Jack Mills, inc., New 
York. 

Now or never again ; words and music 

by C. M. Gay [of U. S.], arr. by 

Vera Elliott [of U. S.] 463 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923 ; E 553338 ; 

Cassius M. Gay, Los Angeles. 

Nuages d'automne ; scherzetto, par 
Joseph Rico [of Italy] ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. 464 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551525 ; Joseph Rico, Courbevoie, 
France. 

Nunc gaudet Maria ; carol, words 
from 15th century, music by W. G. 
Whittaker [of England] ; medium 
voice. 465 

© Dec. 19, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E. 551367; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., 
London. 

O blest is He that cometh ; anthem 
for Advent, Palm Sunday or general 
use, text from the Bible; para- 
phrased by Harold W. Thompson, 
music by Philip James [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. 
(Church music review, no. 667) 466 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 16; 
E 553444; FI. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

O, COME ALL YE FAITHFUL (Adeste 

fidelis) ; arr. by Paul Dawson [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay state music co. (At Christmas 
time, no. 1) 467 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
FJ 553165; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement and harmonization] 

O little town of Bethlehem ; arr. by 
Paul Dawson [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music co. 
(At Christmas time, no. 3) 468 



© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553167; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement and harmonization] 

'O pugnale! versi e musica di Enrico 
Rossi [of U. S.] ; piano con parole. 
4to. (Edizione Jas. B. Russo & son, 
no. 263) . 469 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 553312; James B. Russo, Brook- 
lyn. 



O render thanks. 
songster. 



See Purim (A) 



'O sole mio (A little sunshine) ; Nea- 
politan serenade, English lyrics by 
Harley Rosso, Italian by Giovanni 
Caporro, music by Eduardo Di 
Capua [of U. S.] 470 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553232 ; McClure music co., St. Paul. 

O thou, that art so cruel; by Mor- 
ley, ed. by Sydney Grew [of Great 
Britain] ; sop. and ten. Polymetric 
ed. 4to. (First booke of canzonets 
to two voices, no. 17) 471 

© Dec. 7, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551444; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Oddone (Elisabetta) Dieci liriche 

infantili ; di Hedda, musicate da E. 

Oddone [of Italy] 4to. 472 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 551345 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Oh Celestine; words by P. C. Piatt, 
melody by S. C. Powell [of U. S.] 

473 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553304; 
Shelby C. Powell and Phoebe Cor- 
nell Piatt, Los Angeles. 

Oh mother mine; words by S. P. 
i Jones, music by H. Richard [of 

U. S.] 474 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555028; 

Sallie Prather Jones, Blytheville, 

Ark. 

Oh ! my heart ; words and melody 
by B. Witkowitz [of U. S.] 475 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553268; 
Benjamin Witkowitz, Brooklyn. 

Oh ! star of eve ; if winter comes, 
words by Ed. E. Bryant, music by 
Flubert W. David [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; in F. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 476 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 23; 
E 551319; Lawrence Wright music 
co., London. 



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no. 1, 1923 



493 



Oh Winnie, deae Winnie-peg ; words 
by H. Holloway, melody by Herman 
Dubois [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] ^ 477 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553352; 
Herbert Holloway, Wilcox, Canada. 

Oh yes, I think — don't you? vocal 
waltz, words and music by Guy 
Napier-Martin [of Great Britain] 

478 
© Dec. 18, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551292 ; Cecil Lennox & co., Lon- 
don. 

Oklahoma ; words and music by F. J. 

Wilbanks [of U. S.] 8vo. 479 

© Dec. 5, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 30 ; 1 c. 

Jan. 15, 1923; E 553414; F. J. 

Wilbanks, Seminole, Okl. 

Old Ben Bowlegs ; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by F. A. Armstrong 
[of England] 1. In C — 2. In E flat. 

480 
© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. each Jan. 5, 
1923 ; E 551449 ; Leonard & co., Lon- 
don. 

Old brocade ; gavotte or intermezzo, 
by Evelyn Sharpe [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; piano. 481 
© Dec. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 551430; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Old times ; words by A. Smith, melody 
by Leonard Lonquist [of U. S.], arr. 
by A. Smith. 482 

© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1922; E 5533G1 ; 
Amanda Smith, Jersey City. 

O-le-o-lady; yodel song, words and 
melody by Al. Bernard [of U. S.], 
arr. by Billy Heagney [of U. S.] 

483 
• © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553111; 
Triangle music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Omas Khayam was eight ; spring 
fever, from The clinging vine, words 
by Zelda Sears, music by Harold 
Levey [of U. S.] 484 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1923; E 554879; Harms, inc., New 
York. 

On a fate morning ; by Morley, ed. by 
Sydney Grew [of Great Britain] ; 
mixed voices. Polymetric ed. 4to. 
(First booke of madrigalls to foure 
voices, no. 22) 485 

© Dec. 5, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551442; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 



On duty; descriptive song with cho., 
words and music by Bob Emmet [i. 
e., Robert Emmet, of U. S.] New 
York, Harding's music house. 486 
© Dec. 12. 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 4. 1923 ; 
E 553205; Frank Harding, New 
York. 

On purim. See Purim (A) songster. 

On the dreamy Huron River; by 
George W. Burton [of U. S.] ; piano. 

487 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553150; Emma Rancourt, Flat 
Rock, Mich. 

On the hot sands ; words and music 

by C. Zieg [of U. S.] 488 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 553149; Charles Zieg, Pittsburgh. 

On the shores of Adria ; na jadran- 
ski obali, waltzes, by V. Lisjak [of 
Italy, domiciled at Cleveland] ; 
piano. 489 

© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1922; E 553406; 
Victor Lisjak, Cleveland. 

Once in royal David's city; arr. by 
Paul Dawson [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music 
co. (At Christmas time, no. 6) 490 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553169 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement and harmonization] 

One day in May ; from Elsie, words 
and music by Carlo and Sanders 
[of U. S.] 491 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; 
E 553437 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

One exciting night : arr. and syn- 
chronized by Albert Pesce [of U. 
S.] ; piano sc. 492 

© Dec. 22, 1922: 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1923 ; E 553396 ; D. W. Griffith,- inc., 
Los Angeles. 

Orange blossoms ; Radetzky march, 
words by Annie Andros Hawley, mu- 
sic adapted and arr. by Paul Am- 
brose [of U. S] ; sop. 1, 2 and alto. 
4to. (Octavo series, women's voices, 
no. 826) 493 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4; E 
555037 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on adap- 
tation and arrangement] 



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Ore innocenti ; poesia di Corrado Go- 
voni, musica di Alceo Toni [of 
Italy] (Liriche dal Priino inter- 
mezzo lirico, no. 4) 494 
© Dec. 9, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 551432 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Oriental eyes ; fox trot, founded on 
Orientale of Cesar Cui, words by 
Leo Wood and Irving Bibo, music 
by Paul Whiteman and Ferdie Grofe 
[of U. S.], arr. by James McCabe 
[of U. S.] ; orch. with piano. Feist 
ed. 4to. 495 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
553296; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Oriental moon ; words and music by 

Alexander J. Robinson and James 

Ely the [of U. S.] 496 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; E 555191; 

Lloyd Smith, Chicago. 

Other (The) shore; duet, words and 
music by M. N. Wilson [of U. S.] ; 
sop. and alto. 8vo. [Photostat] 

497 
© May 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 21; 
E 553420 ; Meredith N. Wilson, Den- 
ver. 

Ourlie ; valse boston, von Bela Laszky 
[of Germany] ; piano. 498 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551462 ; Wilhelm Hansen. Copen- 
hagen. 

Ovek the Weir, Sec Domestic suite. 

Ovinu malkejnu ; words from the 
Talmud, music by Savel Kwartin [of 

Russia, domiciled at Brooklyn] 

499 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; E 553453; 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender co., New 
.York. 

Paganini (Niccolo) La caccia ; di N. 
Paganini, , libera trascrizione di 
Remy Principe [of Italy] ; violino e 
pf. (Edition Ricordi, no. 380) 500 
© Dec. 27, 1922: 1 c. Dec. 28; E 
551343; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

P vnt. See Miersch (Paul Th.) 
Drei character stiicke. 

Pageant of progress; march, by F. 

Jewell [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 501 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 

553244; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 



Palestine Lidall ; Palestine song, 

words and melody by J. Feldman 

[of U. S.] 502 

© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1922; E 554985; 

Joseph Feldman, Brooklyn. 

Palm Beach Rose ; waltz, woi»ds by 
L. J. Allison and F. Rudisill, music 
by F. Rudisill [of U. S.], arr. by 
Tom Kershaw [of U. S.] 503 

© Dec. 15, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1923; E 553362; Fred Rudisill, 
Kings Mountain, N. C. 

Paradisi (P. D.) Toccata; di P. D. 
Paradisi, libera trascrizione di Remy 
Principe [of Italy] ; violino e pf. 
(Edizioni Ricordi, no. 376) 504 

© Dec. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; 
E 551339 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Paray (Paul) Nocturne; de P. Paray, 
orchestre par H. Mouton [of Bel- 
gium] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. 505 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551526; Jean Jobert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on orchestra- 
tion] 

Passion (La) ; draine lyrique en 
quatre actes et clix tableaux, poeme 
de Jules Mery et Paul de Choudens, 
musique de Albert Dupuis [of Bel- 
gium] ; partition chant et piano. 

506 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
D 26-101 ; CI loudens, Paris. 

Pastel aux tons fanes ; par Maurice 

Pesse [of France] ; orch. avec piano 

conducteur. 4to. 507 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1923 ; 

E 551502; Heugel, Paris. 

Pat your feet ; words by Alex Rogers, 
melody by C. Luckeyth Roberts [of 
U. S.] 508 

© 1 c. Jan. 6. 1923; E 553280; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Pathway (The) to the church. See 
Domestic suite. 

Pa vane ; by Herbert Sharpe [of Great 
Britain], arr. by Cedric Sharpe [of 
Great Britain] ; cello or violin and 
pf. 509 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 551351 ; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 

• don. 



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526 



Peach girl ; from The bunch and 
Judy, words by Anne Caldwell, mu- 
sic by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] 510 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553155; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Pecche? canzonette napolitane, versi 

e musica di Mario Nicolo [of Italy ; 

mand. ace] 4to. 511 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 

553335 ; Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Pen and ink; march, by Gustav 
Klemm [of U. S.] ; piano. Law- 
rence, Mass., Bay state music co. 
(Paramount edition, no. 306) 512 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553163 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Pena hueca ; Spanish Californian folk 
song, recorded and tr. by Charles 
Fletcher Lummis [of U. S.] (Pasa- 
dena community music meeting, 
sheet 1) 1. Melody for medium 
voice. — 2. Mixed chorus. 513 

© Dec. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553401, 553402; Arthur Farwell, 
Pasadena. 

Pensee (Une) divine; di J. Hol- 
brooke [of England] op. 2 ; violino 
e pf . 514 

© Dec. 30, 1922 : 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551346 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Percy (Calvin A.) Forty attractive 
melodies; ed. by C A. Percy [of 
U. S.] ; violin and piano. 515 

© Dec. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 553299; C. A. Percy, Brockton, 
Mass. .[Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Perfect (A) model for your arms; 
from Lola in love, words by Irving 
Caesar, music by Hugo Hirsch [of 
U. S.] 516 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 554883; Harms, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on new lyrics] 

Piano (The) tuner; by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer [of U. S.] ; piano. (Mu- 
sical instruments, no. 1) 517 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553491 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Pictures of granddad ; words by E. J. 
Stout, melody by Herman Dubois 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

518 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553348; 
Earl J. Stout, Cedar Falls, la. 



Pipe dance. See Holliday (John 
Charles) Three west country dances. 

Pixie (A) lament. See Bush (Wal- 
ter) Six miniatures. 

Pleading for mamma and home ; 
words by C. L. Wilder, melody by 
Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] . 519 

© 1 c. Jan. 2. 1923 ; E 553130 ; 
Clara L. Wilder, Washburn, Me. 

Please do it some more; words and 
melody by C. E. Coveny [of U. S.] 

520 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553121; 
Carleton Edwin Coveny, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Please don't talk about me when 
I'm gone; words and melody by M. 
Mussio [of U. S.], arr. by Harry T. 
Myers [of U. S.] 521 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 553201; 
Mamie Mussio, Louisville. 

Poor Richard; with analysis by 
Glenn Rouse Waterman [of U. S.] ; 
piano. 522 

© Oct. 10, 1922 ; 2 c. Nov. 28 ; aff. 
Dec. 26 ; A 694255 ; Waterman piano 
school, Los Angeles. 

Poppies ; novelette, by Haaf, ed. and 
played by McNair Ilgenfritz [of TJ. 
S.] (Solo carola, hand played 
record, no. 74735) [Music roll] 

523 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
555206; Cable co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on editing] 

Powinszowanie'na imienity ksiedza 
proboszcza ; utozyt Walenty Bonk 
[of U. S.] ; chory mieszane, z tow 
fortepianu, ktore mozna rowniez 
wykonac jako solo fortepianowe. 
4to. (Zbior piesni na chory mies- 
zane, no. 8) • 524 
© Dec. 23, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 27; E 
553398; X. Jordan pub. co., Read- 
ing, Pa. 

Praise the lord ; anthem, [words from 
the Bible], music by Francis Wo- 
mack [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, or- 
gan ace. 4to. (Music for the sanc- 
tuary, no. 171) 525 
© Jan. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 12 ; E 
553371; Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York. 

Pres de toi : par Vincenzo Billi [of 

Italy] op. 369 ; orch. avec piano con- 

ducteur. 4to. 526 

© Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. »Dec. 28; E 

551329 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 



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521 



pt. in, 11. s., v. IS 



Primeval ; words by Teresa Hooley, 
music by Maud Stewart-Baxter [of 
Great Britain] 527 

© Dec. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 23; E 
551317; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Promise (The) of resurrection; the 
tempest over and gone, Easter cho- 
rus, words by Christina Rossetti, 
music by Clarence Dickinson [of U. 
S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. 
(Sacred choruses, no. 92) 528 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
553323 ;"H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Psalm (A) or the Son of man; set 
to tune Hayden, words by Allen 
Eastman Cross, music by Bliss M. 
Wiant [of U. S.] (In Worship 
book for boys and girls, ed. by H. 
F. Humbert) 529 

© Nov. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553120; Harold F. Humbert, St. 
Louis. 

Ptjrim. See Purim (A) songster. 

Purim (A) songster; containing a 
tableau-ballade and other songs and 
hymns in English and Hebrew, 
music by Abraham W. Binder [of 
U. S.] 4to. Contents:— 1. Good 
purim ; poem by S. S. Grossman. — 
2. On purim. — 3. Purim ; poem by 
Isabella R. Ross. — ■ Let Israel 
trust. — O render thanks. — Shoshanas 
Yaa 'kov. 530 

© Dec. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; aff. 
Dec. 28; A 693751; Bloch pub. co., 
New York. 

Pitshed out on the world ; words and 
music by Bill Rhoads [i. e. W. H. 
Rhoads, of U. S.], arr. by Frank 
Black [of U. S.] ; piano with words. 

531 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; E 555129; 
William Hood Rhoads, New York. 

Quand la cloche sonnera ; drame 
musical en un acte, paroles de Y. 
d'Hansewick et P. de Wattyne [of 
Belgium], musique de Alfred Bache- 
let [of France] ;. partition chant et 
piano. 532 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
D 26398 ; Heugel, Paris. 

R. O. T. C. ; words by M. M. Korn 
and Samuel Kestenbaum, melody by 
M. M. Korn [of U. S.] 533 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 555013; 
Maurice Morris Korn, Sea Gate, 
N. Y. 



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Rainbow waltz ; novel syncopation, by 
Harry Jentes [of U. S.] ; piano. 

534 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 

553375; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

Raise high the flag; patriotic song, 
words by W. H. Slingerland, music 
by Louis Kramer [of U. S.], arr. 
and harmonized by Geo. Victor [of 
U. S.] Pittsburgh, Pa., Kramer co. 

535 
© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553261 ; Louis Kramer, Pittsburgh. 

Rambling Rose ; Gypsy Rose, words 
by Alex. Rogers, melody by C. 
Luckeyth Roberts [of U. S.] 536 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553274; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Rejoice, the Lord is risen ; words by 
S. Hamilton, music by F. Leslie 
Calver [of Great Britain] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Octavo series, mixed 
voices, sacred, no. 1373) 537 

© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553489; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Religiosum. See Jong (Marinus de) 
Zes preluden. 

Reverie ; de Claude Debussy, or- 
cliestree par H. Mouton [of Bel- 
cium] ; orcli. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. 538 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551524; Jean Jobert, Paris. 

Rhododendron (The) ; waltz, by M. 
Hamilton and Garwood Hamilton 
[i. e. S. G. Hamilton, of U. S.], arr. 
by Harry Afford [of U. S.] 539 
© 1 c. Dec. 11, 1922; E 553405; 
Mabel Hamilton and S. G. Hamilton, 
Pennington Gap, Va. 

Ride on in majesty ; anthem for Palm 
Sunday, words by H. H. Milman, 
music by John W. Thomas [of U. 
S.] ; mixed voices, with sop. or ten. 
solo. 4to. (Choir music, first 
series, no. 49) 540 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 20; E 
553488 ; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield Park, 
N. J. 

Rivalry; overture, by Louis Panella 
[of U. S.] 1. Full brass band. 4to. — 
2. Orch. with piano. 541, 542 

© Jan. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 4 ; 
E 553510, 553511; Volkwein bros., 
Pittsburgh. 

Roi de Lahore. See Massenet (Jules 
Emile Frederic) 



MUSICAL, COMPOSITIONS 



no. 1, 1923 



560 



Rosalie. See Bush (Walter) Six 
miniatures. 

Rose leaves ; waltz, by R. Krentzlin 

[of Germany] op. 72; piano. 543 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4; E 

555047; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 

Boston. 

Rose-Maeie of Normandy; by Teresa 
Del Riego, arr. by H. M. Higgs [of 
Great Britain] ; salon orch. 4to. 
(Chappell & co's. salon orchestral 
journal, no. 193) 544 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 4; E 
551426; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Rose or my heart ; words and music 
by D. Brunet [of U. S.] 545 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923; E 554994; 
David Brunet, New York. 

Rossi (Francesco) Adagio; di F. 
Rossi, libera trascrizione di Remy 
Principe [of Italy] ; violino e pf. 
(Edizione Ricordi, no. 369) 546 

© Dec. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; E 
551335"; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio) Duo 
au premier acte de Zelmira ; opera, 
pc§sie de Andrea-Leone Tottola, 
musique de Rossini, revu et adapte 
par Alfred Wotquenne [of Belgium] ; 
sop. et contralto. (Repertoire fran- 
gais de l'ancien chant classique, no. 
512) 547 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551491 ; Henry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and adaptation] 

RouMANiA ; from The clinging vine, 
. words by Zelda Sears, music by 

Harold Levey [of U. S.] 548 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 554880 ; Harms, inc., New York. ' 

Runnin' wild ; fox trot, words by Jos. 

. W. Grey and Leo Wood, music by 
A. Harrington Gibbs [of U. S.], arr. 
by Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] ; orch. 
Feist ed. 4to. 549 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; E 
553365; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Rybbesdale ; words from old English 
poem adapted by Clifford Bax, music 
by H. Balfour Gardiner [of Great 
Britain] ; in C. 550 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; E 
551301 ; Augener, ltd., London. 



Sacchini (Antonio) Andantino; di 
A. Sacchini, libera trascrizione di 
Remy Principe [of Italy] ; violino e 
pf. Edizione Ricordi, no. 374) 
[Caption head : — Aria di danza] 551 
© Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; E 
551334; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Sacrifice (The) ; by Louis T. Gruen- 
berg [of U. S.] op. 5, no. 2; pf. 
(Five impressions, no. 2) 552 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
553329 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

Sahara moon ; words and music by 
Dave Ringle and Harry Stover [of 
U. S.] 553 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 3; E 
554983; McKinley music co., New 
York. 

Sally; fox trot, words and music by 
Thomas Jay Flanagan [of U. S.] 
New York, Lee Bradford corp. 554 
© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 9; E 
553321 ; Barron & *Sampson, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

Saeabande ; by Arnold Trowell [of 
Great Britain] op. 11, no. 5 ; violon- 
cello and pf. (Six morceaux, style 
ancien, no. 5) 555 

© Nov. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 20 ; E 
551310 ; Schott & co., London. 

Saturday night ; written by Harry 
Lauder and Robt. C. Tharp, music 
by H. Lauder [of Great Britain, 
domiciled at New York] 556 

© Dec. 30. 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1923 ; 
E 553222 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Saved and kept ; hymn, words by Mrs. 

A. A. Stapp, music by M. N. Wilson 

[of U. S.] 8vo. [Photostat] 557 

© July 1. 1922; 2 c. Dec. 21; E 

553423 ; Meredith N. Wilson, Denver. 

Scarf dance; by Frank Adlam [of 

England] ; pf. 558 

© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 551384 ; Nightingale & co., London. 

Scarlatti (Domenico) Capriccio ; di 
D. Scarlatti, libera trascrizione di 
Remy Principe [of Italy] ; violino e 
pf. (Edizioni Ricordi, no. 372) 559 
© Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; E 
551338 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Pastorale; di D. Scarlatti, libera 

trascrizione di Remy Principe [of 
Italy] ; violino e pf. (Edizioni Ri- 
cordi, no. 371) 560 
© Dec. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; E 
551337; G. Ricordi & co.,. Milan. 



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561 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Scene d'amour ; de la pantomime Scar- 
amouche par Jean Sibelius, op. 71, 
simplifiee par Eyvind Alnses [of Nor- 
way] ; piano. (In Musik for alle, 
13 de bd.) 561 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551455 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copenha- 
gen [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Scherzo-caprice ; by Purcell James 

Mansfield [of Great Britain] op. 94; 

organ. 562 

© Oct. 31, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 1; E 

551313 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Scherzo (Lo) della pianola; ma- 
zurka, variata, di G. Matteo Mes- 
sina [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 563 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 555167; 
Gaetano M. Messina, New York. 

Scherzo in F ; by Hubert Parry [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. 564 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; 
E 551398 ; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Schubert (Franz Peter) Ballet music 
from Rosamunde : by Schubert, ed. 
by McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], 
played by Dai Buell. (Solo carola, 
hand played record, no. 746S5) [Mu- 
sic roll] 565 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
555212 ; Cable co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on editing] 

• Lilac time; arr. from F. Schubert 

by G. H. Clutsam [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; piano. 1. Valse. — 2. Selection. 

566, 567 
© Dec. 18. 1922; 1 c. each Dec. 
23; E 551320, 551321; Chappell & 
co., ltd., London. 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) Kla- 
vier werke ; band 2, von R. Schu- 
mann, neu ausgabe von Max Pauer 
[of Germany] ; piano. (Edition 
Schott, nr. 52. ) Contents : — Die Da- 
vidsbundler, op. 6. — Carnaval, op. 
9. — Novelletten, op. 21. — Fantasie- 
stiicke, op. 21. — Kreisleriana, op. 16. 

568 
© Apr. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Sept. 23, 1922 ; 
E 551482; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, 
Germany. 

Scooting; by Henry Co well [of U. S.] ; 

piano. (Six ings, no. 4) 569 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 

1923 ; E 555051 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 

inc., New York. 

Sea chanty. See Stray leaves. 



Seasons (The) ; by Stefan Polotyn- 
ski [of Australia] op. 14; piano. 
(Royal ed., no. 13) Contents: 1. 
Spring. — 2. Summer. — 3. Autumn.— 
4. Winter. 570 

© Oct. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551375; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Seething ; by Henry Cowell [of 
U. S.] ; piano: (Six ings, no. 6) 

571 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; 
E 555053; Breitkopf & Hartel, inc., 
New York. 

Sensuel tango: tango, par Alfredo 

Barbirolli [of Italy] ; orch. avec 

piano conduct eur. 4to. 572 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551504 ; Heugel, Paris. 

Sentimental moon ; words by R. S. 
Hooper, music by Roger P>kerslev 
[of Great Britain]; in F. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] 573 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 23; E 
551322 : Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 

Serenade : par Jean Sibelius, op. 79, 
nr. 4, ed. et rev. par Julia A. Burt 
[of U. S.] ; violon et piano. (Wil- 
helm Hansen edition, no. 2212 : 
6 morceaux, nr. 4) 574 

© Dec. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1923; E 553155; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision] 

See also Brahms (Johannes) 

Sheeksa, the queen of Araby ; words 
by Lew Brown, music In" Con Con- 
rad [of U. S.] 575 
© Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; 
E 555197 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Shephebds' dance. See Holliday 
(John Charles) Three west country 

dances. 

Shoshanas yaa 'kov. See Purim (A) 

songster. 

Siesta. See Bush (Walter) Six min- 
iatures. 

Silent night (Stille nacht) ; arr. by 
Paul Dawson [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music 
co. (At Christmas time, no. 4) 576 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553168; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement and harmonization] 



34 



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no. 1, 1923 



595 



Simple Peter : march, by S. J. Mustol 

[of U. S.] ; piano. 577 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923; E 554992; 

Samuel Joseph Mustol, Santa Ana, 

Calif. 

Sing LfE a song : words by Frederick 
Owen, music by Lilian Ray [of 
England] ; in E flat. 578 

© Nov. 7, 1922; 1 c. Nov. 18; E 
551286; Oxford music CO., ltd.. Lon- 
don. 

Sing, O heavens ; anthem, words from 
Isaiah, music by Henry G. Millier 
[of U. S._] ; solo, quartet and mixed 
chorus, piano or organ ace. Los 
Angeles, Calif., Mission music pub. 
co. 4to. 579 

© Dec. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 55497S ; A. E. Millier, Los Angeles. 

Sirens (The) ; by W. Lege, op. 59, 
no. 5, ed. and fingered by Carre 
Louise Dunning [of U. S.] : piano. 

580 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 554827 ; ■ Schroeder & Gunther, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on editing and fingering] 

Sister Sue's sunny stories ; by Flo- 
rence Newell Barbour [of U. S.] ; 
pianoforte with lyrics. (Schmidt's 
educational series, no. 287) 581 

© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13: E 
553503 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Slumber song. See Tone and rhythm. 

Slumberland ; words by Martha Mar- 
tin, music by Carl Johner [of U. S.] ; 
medium voice. 582 

© Dec. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 555014 ; Carl Henry Johner. New 
York. 

Slurro waltz ; by W. Lewis [of U. 
S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Virtuoso music 
school. 1. C melody saxophone. — 2/ 
E flat alto saxophone. 583, 584 

© Jan. 2. 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 5 ; 
E 553301, 553302; W. M. Eby, Buf- 
falo. 

solo for B flat ten. saxo- 
phone, with piano ace. Buffalo, 
N. Y., Virtuoso music school. 585 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553237 ; W. M. Eby, Buffalo. 

Soloman's ball; words by P. C. Piatt, 
melody by S. C. Powell [of U. S.] 

586 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553307; 
Shelby C. Powell and Phoebe Cor- 
nell Piatt, Los Angeles. 



Some day ; from Virginia, words by 
Adrian Ross and Harry B. Smith, 
music by Ralph Benatzky [of U. S.] 

587 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 554S82 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on revised 

lyrics] 

Some day I'll wander back to Flan- 
ders fields ; words and music by 
George Oliver [pseud, of G. G. 
Davis, of U. S.], arr. by Geo. Huiten 
[of U. S.] 588 

© 1 c. Jan. 16. 1923; E 553428; 
Geo. Gibson Davis, San Francisco. 

Some dream : melody by P. Tuso [of 
U. S.] 5S9 

© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1922; E 555127; 
Philip Tuso, Los Angeles. 

Some how I know ; melody fox trot 

ballad, lyric by Harley Rosso, music 

by Oscar Ericksen [of U. S.] 590 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 

553228 ; McClure music co., St. Paul. 

Some lonesome night ; words and mu- 
sic by Walter Hirsch, Ross Gorman 
and Jules Buffano [of U. S.] 591 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; E 
555128 ; Richmond - Robbins, inc.. 
New York. 

Some one will tell you some day : 
words and melody by E. C. O'Hara 
[of U. S.] and C. B. Madder [of 
England, domiciled at Milwaukee, 
Wis.] . 592 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 555087; 
Emery C. O'Hara and Charles 
Butcher Madder, Milwaukee. 

Some winter's night ; words and mu- 
sic by Ma,x Kortlander [of U. S.], 
. arr. by Eugene Platzman [of U. S.] 

593 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553110; 
Triangle music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Somebody's darling ; words and music 

by N. F. Bahrman [of U. S.], arr. by 

Vern Elliott [of U. S.] 594 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553337; 

Nellie Fuller Bahrman, Los Angeles. 

Sometime somewhere ; words by P. C. 
Piatt, melody by S. C. Powell [of 
U. S.] 595 

© 1 c. Jan. 9. 1923; E 553306; 
Shelby C. Powell and Phoebe Cor- 
nell Piatt, Los Angeles. .. 



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596 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Sometimes sad, sometimes glad ; lyric 

by M. W. Brandon, music by J. V. 

De Ciinber [of U. S.] 596 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553288; 

Martin W. Brandon, Milwaukee. 

Sonata in fa ; cli Ildebrando Pizzetti 

[of Italy] ; violoncello e pf. (Edi- 

zione Ricordi, no. 381) 597 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 5; E 

551403 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., Milan. 

Song (The) of the blind flower 
girl. See Stray leaves. 

Song (The) that I heard from that 
little song bird ; words by C. Bemis, 
melody by Herman Dubois [pseud, 
of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 598 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553347; 
Carl Bemis, Jonesville, Vt. 

Songs of the Master ; words and mu- 
sic by E. B. Horton [of U. S.] 8vo. 

599 
© Dec. 5, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 554977 ; Eva Benfer Horton, Long 
Beach, Calif. 

Sonny boy ; words and melody by D. 

E. Silverman [of U. S.], arr. by Jean 

Walz [of U. S.] 600 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553113; 

David Edson Silverman, Chicago. 

Southern lullaby ; words by Frank 
E'. Speare, music by Charles P. Scott 
[of U. S.] ; women's voices, with 
cello ace. acl lib. 4to. (Octavo 
series, women's voices, no. 836) 601 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4; E 
555040 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Southern springtime waltzes ; com- 
posed and played by Edna Richol- 
son Sollitt, ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz 
[of U. S.] (Solo carola, hand 
played record, no. 74726) [Music 
roll] 602 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
555210; Cable co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on editing] 

Souvenir ; par Jean Sibelius, op. 79, nr. 
1, ed. et rev. par Julia A. Burt [of 
U. S.] ; violin et piano. (Wilhelm 
Hansen edition, no. 2209 ; 6 mor- 
ceaux, nr. 1) 603 

© Dec. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1923; E 553458; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision] 



Spanish military march; from the 
music-drama Gold by H. J. Stewart 
[of U. S.], arr. from the orch. sc. ; 
organ, obi. 8vo. (Fischer ed., no. 
5168: Organ music.) 604 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; 
E 553263; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



organ. obi 



8vo. 



Fischer edition: Organ music, no. 
5168) 605 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553153; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Spark plug ; words by S. L. Burnett, 
music by B. M. Burnett [of U. S.] 

606 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553384; 

Samuel L. Burnett and Blanche 

Mackey Burnett, Highland Park, 

Mich. 

Sparks; by R. P. Yaw [of U. S.] ; 
piano. 607 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553355; 

Ralph Percy Yaw, Hartford. 

Speer (William Henry) Sonata; by 
W. H. Speer [of Great Britain] op. 
23; organ, in F minor. (Cover title: 
Organ sonata) 608 

© Dec. 6. 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; 
E 551299; Augener, ltd., London. 

Spring. See Season (The) 

Spring's enchantment ; by Charles 
Ancliffe [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

609 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; 
E 551325; W. Paxton & co., ltd., 
London. 

Starlight bay; lyric by Gus Kahn, 
music by Walter Donaldson [of U. 
S.] 610 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; 
E 555196; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
New York. 

Stately dance. See Three dances 
from Charles I. 

Steal a little kiss while dancing ; 

words by George A. Little, music by 

Ernest E. Sutton [of U. S.] 611 
© Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; 

E 553461; Broadway music Corp., 

New York. 
Still water. See Bush (Walter) Six 

miniatures. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 1, 1923 



627 



Stop your kiddin' ; words and music 
by Sam Coslow, Ferdie Grofe, Irv- 
ing Mills and Jimmy McHugh [of 
U. S.] 612 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; 
E 553376; Jack Mills, inc., New 
York. 

Storia d' amore ; melody by It. Grauso 
[of U. S.] 613 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923; E 554991; 
Kaffaele Grauso, New York. 

Story ( The.) of your eyes ; words 

and melody by Joe Wolff [i. e. J. O. 

Wolff, of U. S.] 614 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; E 553447; 

Joseph C. Wolff, New York. 

Stray leaves ; suite, by Leonard But- 
ler [of Great Britain] ; pf. (Album 
series, no. 179) Contents: 1. Sup- 
plication. — 2. The song of the blind 
flower girl. — 3. Dirge. — 4. Sea 
chanty. — 5. Improvisation on a 
theme The bailiff's daughter of 
Islington. 615 

© Dec. 1, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 20; 
E 551303; Augener, ltd., London. 

String quartet no. 2; by Y. Bowen 
[of England] op. 41 ; 2 violins, viola 
and cello, in D minor. London, 
Stainer & Bell, ltd. (Carnegie col- 
lection of British music) 616 
© Dec. 15, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 551413 ; York Bowen, London. 

Struttin' the blues away; words 

by Alex. Rogers, melody by C. Lucke- 

yth Roberts [of U. S.] 617 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553273; 

. Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Study in G ; left hand, by Frank 
Adlam [of England] ; pf. (Cover 
title. Left-hand study in G) 618 
© Dec. 21, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1923; E 551383; Nightingale & co., 
London. 

Styrmand Anderssons hjemkomst; 
tekst af Hans Hartvig Seedorf, mu- 
sik af Louis Molholm [of Denmark] 
{In To somands-sange, no. 1) 619 
© Nov. 22, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 9 ; E 
551465; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. • 

Suites anglaises. See Bach (John 
Sebastian) 



Summer. See Seasons- (The) 

Summer (A) noon. See Tone rhythm. 

Summernight ( Sommernacht) ; Eng- 
lish version by George Harris and 
Laszlo Schwartz, lyrics and music 
by Lajos Shuk [of Hungary, do- 
miciled at New York] 620 
© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 553192; O. Flaschner music co., 
New York. 

Sunday (The) school song; words 
and music by B. H. Newell [of U. 
S.] 8vo. 621 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 4; E 
553189; Bert H. Newell, McKees- 
port, Pa. 

Sunny girl ; words by C. B. Pitting- 
ton, music by James F. Langan [of 
U. S.] Cleveland, O., Broadway 
pub. co. 622 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553159; Mrs. C. B. Pittington, 
Kenton, O. 

Sunshine and roses for you; words 
and music by T. L. Payne [of U. 
S.] ; with violin obbl. ad lib. 623 
© Mar. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1923 ; 
E 553449; Thomas Lemuel Payne, 
National City, Calif. 

Supplication. See Stray leaves. 

Supposing; words by Irving Caesar, 
music by Harry Alpert [of U. S.] 

624 
© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
553517 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Sweet bells of Easter time; words m 
and music by William Baines [of* 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Octavo 
series, mixed voices, saci'ed, no. 
1371) . 625 

© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553499 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Sweet heart of Somerset ; -words by 
John Alleyne, music by Maud Win- 
gate [of Great Britain] 626 
© Dec. 18, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 551452 ; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Sweet hopes (Doux espoir) ; by N. 
Spady [of Canada] ; piano, with 
violin obbl. Waterloo, Canada, 
National music pub. co. 627 

© Dec. 31, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553171 ; Nathanael Spady, Water- 
loo, Canada. 



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628 



pt. in, u. s., v. IS 



Sweet Mandy; character song, words 
and music by Al. Bernard [of U. S.] ; 
medium voice. 628 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 2; E 
55310S ; Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

Sweet nymph, come to thy lover ; by 
Morley, ed. by Sydney Grew [of 
Great Britain] : two treble voices. 
Polymetric ed. 4to. (First booke 
of canzonets to two voices, no. 3) 

629 
© Dec. 4, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551439 ; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Swing (The) ; words and music by 
A. B. Chesnutwood [of U. S.] 630 
© Jan. 15, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 3; E 
553409 ; Anna Browne Chesnut- 
wood, Denver. 

Take a trip o'er Custer highway; 
words by C. Maxwell, melody by 
Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] 631 

© 1 c Jan. 11, 1923; E 553341; 
Clinton Maxwell, Acme, Wy. 

Take me back to home, sweet home ; 
words by J. E. Christenson, music by 
H. Richard [of U. S.] 632 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555029; 
John E. Christenson, East McKees- 
port, Pa. 

Taxz-idylle ; par Jean Sibelius, op. 79, 
nr. 5. ed. et rev. par Julia A. Burt 
[of U. S.] ; violon et piano. (Wil- 
helm Hansen edition, no. 2213 : 6 
morceaux. no. 5) 633 

© Dec. 27. 1922: 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1923; E 553454: Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision] 

Taquine; mazurka, par S. Chapelier 

[of France] : orch. avec piano con- 

ducteur. 4to. 634 

© Dec. 14. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 : 

3 551530 ; S. Chapelier, Varennes, 

France. 

Technique (La) du violon (La tec- 
nica del violin) ; exercices, gammes 
et arpeges a la premiere position 
dans tons les tons, par Mathieu 
Criekbooni [of Belgium] Brussells, 
Belgium. Comptoir de musique mod- 
erne. l er ., 2 e cahier. 635, 636 
© Dec. 1. 1922: 1 c. each Jan. 2. 
1923; E 551290, 551291; Schott 
freres, Brussels, Belsrium. 



Tell me mother where to anchor ; 
words by B. S. Van Gundy, music by 
M. M. Alsbury [of U. S.] Des 
Moines, la., Chas. E. Shaw. 637 
© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553250; Byron S. Van Gundy, Des 
Moines. 

Tell me where is fancy bred ; words 

by William Shakespeare, music by 

Norman O'Neill [of England] 638 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 

553324 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Temple (The) of Isis ; by Louis T. 
Gruenberg [of U. S.] op. 5, no. 1; 
pf. (Five impressions, no. 1) 639 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
553330 ; Composers' music Corp., New 
York. 

Tempo di mexuetto: par Jean Sibe- 
lius, op. 79, nr. 2, ed. et rev. par 
Julia A. Burt [of U. S.l : violon et 
piano. (Wilhelm Hansen edition, 
no. 2210; 6 morceaux, nr. 2) 640 
© Dec. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1923; E 553457: Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision] 

Ten of spades ; black fantasy, by R. 
P. Yaw [of U. S.] ; piano. 641 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923: E 553354; 
Ralph Percy Yaw, Hartford. 

Texxessee ; words and music by D. A. 
Moody [of U. S.] 642 

© 1 c. Jan. 12. 1923; E 555195; 
Daniel A. Moody, Peoria, 111. 

That lovix' man ; by J. M. Smith, jr. 

[of U. S.] ; piano. 643 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 554855; 

James Miller Smith, jr., Newark, 

N. J. 

That mighty day; plantation Christ- 
mas melody, words and music by 
N. C. Smith [of U. S.] ; male voices. 
Pullman porter's ed. 4to. (Planta- 
tion folk songs, no. 4) 644 
© Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2. 1923 ; 
E 553098; N. Clark Smith, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

That only girl of mine : words by 

W. Harper, music by H. Richard [of 

XJ. S.] 645 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923: E 555033; 

Wm. Harper, Rush Hill, Mo. 

Then I'll come back to you ; words 

bv J. B. Yates, music by H. Richard 

[of U. S.] 646 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555027; 

Jefferson B. Y'ates. Dayton, Pa. 



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662 



There's a girl in the world for l t s 
all ; waltz song, words and music 
by H. M. Lummis [of U. S.] 647 
1 © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; E 553451; 
Henry M. Lunmris, Baltimore. 

There's a lily in the valley ; words 
by B. S. Van Gundy, music by M. 
M. Alsbury [of U. S.] Des Moines, 
la., Chas. E. Shaw. 4to. 648 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553246; Byron S. Van Gundy, Des 
Moines. 

There's a song for every day ; words 
by Edward Tescliemacher, music by 
Nellie Simpson [of Great Britain] ; 
in E flat. 649 

© Dec. 1, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551294; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. 

Things (The) of every day are all 
so sweet ; words by Alice E. Allen, 
music by Prances McCollin [of U. 
S.] 1. Sop. or ten. — 2. Mezzo sop. 
or bar. 650 

© Jan. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 13 ; 
E 553498; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. ■ 

Thinking ; words by F. N. Fox, mu- 
sic by H. Richard [of U. S.] 651 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555021; 
Fred N. Fox, Toronto, Ont., Canada. 

This sweet and merry month; poem 
by Thomas Watson, music by Byrd, 
ed. by Sydney Grew [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; mixed voices. Polymetric ed. 
4to. (Psalmes, songs and sonnets, 
no. 9) 652 

© Dec. 19, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551437; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Three dances from Charles I ; pf. 
(Royal ed., no. 42) Content?': 
Stately dance; by A. B. S[aund- 
ers] — Morris dance ; by A. B. 
S[aunders]. — Graceful dance; by 
A[imee] G[riffin] 653 

© Oct. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551372 ; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Three pieces from The crusaders ; 
by Aimee Griffin, A. B. Saunders 
and Horace Keats [of Australia] ; 
pf. (Royal eel., no. 40) Contents: 
Village dance. — March of the cru- 
saders. — Dance at the castle. 654 
© Oct. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551371; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 



Through the snow (Im schnee) ; 
English version by George Harris 
and Laszlo Schwartz, lyrics and mu- 
sic by Lajos Shuk [of Hungary, 
domiciled at New York] 655 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 553193; O. Flaschner music co., 
inc., New York. 

Ti minutters pause; af folkekome- 
dien Cigaretpigen, tekst af Alfred 
Kjerulf, musik af Edvard Brink [of 
Denmark] 656 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551454; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Tillie and Yohn at the fair ; words 
by S. B. Brown, melody by Herman 
Dubois [pseud, of Ethel Fislier, of 
U. S.] 657 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553127; 
Sadie Barton Brown, Minneapolis. 

Time out; by R. P. Yaw [of U. S.] ; 
piano. 658 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553356; 
Ralph Percy Yaw, Hartford. 

Titles of Christ; words arr. from 
the Bible and music by J. B. Herbert 
[of U. S.] 4to. 659 

© Dec. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553173 ; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 
111. 

To a wild rose. See MacDowell (Ed- 
ward Alexander) 

To former joy; madrigal, trans., sc. 
and ed. by Edmund Horace Fel- 
lowes [of Great Britain] ; five mixed 
voices. 4to. , (English madrigal 
school, no. 25 ; Madrigals in 
Michael Cavendish's Book of airs 
and madrigals) 660 

© Dec. 15, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1923: E 551408; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 
London. ' [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Tone and rhythm ; album, by John 
Daulby Peake [of England] ; pf. 
Contents : 1. Slumber song. — 2. 
Laughing water. — 3. A summer 
moon.— 4. Carillon. — 5. Lullaby. : — 6. 
May day. 661 

© Dec. 15, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 3. 1923 ; 
E 551412; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Tout pres de la source ; petite piece, 
par Maurice Pesse [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

602 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 0, 

1923; E 551527; Jean ,)oh ■'. Par-:-. 



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Train done gone ; words and music 
by N. C. Smith [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. Pullman porter's ed. 4to. 
(Plantation folk songs, no. 14) 663 
© Dec. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553095 ; N. Clark Smith, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

ruiFLiNG ; lyric by George A. Kershaw, 

music by Luz-Breau [of U. S.] 664 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 

555194; Harry Von Tilzer music 

pub. co., New York. 

Tropical (The) Filipino blues; 

words and music by G. Domingo 

[of U. S.] 665 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 

553248; G. Domingo, Cincinnati. 

Trouble never troubles me ; from 
Dede\ English lyric by Donovan 
Parsons, music by Henri Christine 
[of France] [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations] 666 
© Nov. 16, 1922 ; 1 c. Nov. 17 ; E 
551420; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Try and get it ; words and music by 
William Henry Bryant [of U. S.] 

667 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555019; 
Wm. H. Bryant, Maiden, Mass. 

Tryste Noel ; words by Louise Imogen 
Guiney, music by Bertha C. Boulter 
[of England] 8vo. (Carols, no. 
40) 668 

© Dec. 26, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551347 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Tschaikowsky (Peter Il.jitch) 
Marche slave ; by Tschaikowsky, op. 
31, ed. by McNair Igenfritz [of U. 
S], played by Mary Angell and 
Roger Hilliard. ( Solo carola, hand 
played record, no. 74646) [Music 
roll] 669 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
555211; Cable co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on editing] 

Twilght in Arcadia ; idyll, by Percy 
Raymond [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

670 
© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 3; E 
551404; Beal, Stuttard & co., ltd., 
London. 

Twilight on the Shannon ; words by 
P. Harrington, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] 671 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1923; E 553446; Pat Harrington, 
Derry, N. H. 



Two lips are roses ; from Elsie, words 
by Alfred Bryan, music by Carlo 
and Sanders [of U. S.] 672 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; E 
553438; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Two little magpies ; words anon., 
music by John Barnes Wells [of 
U. S.] 1. High in F.— 2. Low, in D. 

673, 674 
© Jan. 15, 1923; each 2 c. Jan. 
17 ; E 553442, 553443 ; Boston music 
co., New York. 

U no ; words by Alex. Rogers, melody 
by C. Luckeyth Roberts [of U. S.] 

675 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553272; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Universal (The) lullaby; words by 
Alex. Rogers, melody by C. Luckeyth 
Roberts [of U. S.] 676 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553279; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Vain is beauty; [words anon.], music 
by Dr. Arne, ed. and arr. by Arthur 
W. Marchant [of Great Britain] 
(Bayley & Ferguson's festival 
series) 677 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 551419 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Valse-mazurk. See Bacchus amou- 
reux. 

Valsette; by Lajos Shuk [of Hun- 
gary, domiciled at New York] ; 
piano. 678 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 553194; O. Flaschner music co., 
inc., New York. 

Van Dyk (Herman) Two melodious 
pieces ; by H. Van Dyk [of Great 
Britain] op. 52; piano. Contents: 
1. Romance. — 2. Badinage. 679 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 9; E 
551488; Banks & son, York, Eng- 
land. 

Variations d'Alexiroe. See Bacchus 
amoureux. 

Venetian blues; dreamy waltz, words 
and music by Edwin Tillman [of 
U. S.] 680 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
553332; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 



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697 



Venga (Viens) ; tango, par Esve, or- 
chestra par Roger Weiller [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. 681 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551532; Jean Jobert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on orchestra- 
tion] 

Vicino a tte ; canzonette napoletane, 

versi e musica di Mario Nicolo' [of 

Italy; mand. ace] 4to. 682 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 

553334 ; Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Victoey ; words and music by R. Hark- 
ness [of Australia, domiciled at Los 
Angeles, Calif.] 683 

© June 9, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553145; Robert Harkness, Los 
Angeles. 

Village dance. See Three pieces from 
The crusaders. 

Village festival. See Miersch (Paul 
Th.) Drei character stiicke. 

Vimp (The) (He vamp) ; words and 
melody by R. C. Goldberg [of U. S.] 

684 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555010; 
Russell C. Goldberg, New York. 

Violoncello (The) ; by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer [of U. S.] ; piano. (Mu- 
sical instruments, no. 4) 685 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553494 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Visions ; words and music by H. G. 
Fulmer [of U. S.] ; medium voice. 

686 
© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553224; Harriet G. Fulmer, South 
Bend, Ind. 

Vita ntjova; mazurka, by S. Cusenza 
[of U. S.] ; instrumental. 687 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553285; 
Salvatore Cusenza, Brooklyn. 

Vittoria ; mazurka, by S. Cusenza [of 
U. S.] ; instrumental. 688 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553286; 
Salvatore Cusenza, Brooklyn. 

Voice (The) of chimes; reverie, by 
Luigini, ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz [of 
U. S.], played by Ivan Kerouak. 
(Solo carola, hand played record, 
no. 74705) [Music roll] 689 

© Jan. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 13 ; E 
555209; Cable co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on editing] 



Voix (La) aimee; canzonetta-entr'- 
acte, par V. Dyck [of France] ; vio- 
lon solo ou violoncelle avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. 690 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan/ 9, 1923 ; 
E 551522; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

Voui ! ma Cocotte ; one step, par L. G. 

Delabre [of France] ; orch. avec 

piano-conducteur. 4to. 691 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551528; Louis Larget, Paris. 

Wafting ; by Henry Co well [of U. S.] ; 

piano. (Six ings, no. 5) 692 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; 

E 555052; Breitkopf & Hartel, inc., 

New York. 

Wagner (Richard) Isolde; waltz im- 
provisation by Wagner, transcribed 
and played by McNair Ilgenfritz [of 
U. S.] (Solo carola, hand played 
record, no. 74676) [Music roll] 693 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
555203 ; Cable co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on editing] 

Lied du printemps, au premier 

acte de La walkyrie; drame-lyrique, 
traduction franchise de M. de Rud- 
der, musique de R. Wagner, revu et 
adapte par Alfred Wolquenne [of 
Belgium] ; ten. (Repertoire fran- 
gais de l'ancien chant classique, no. 
596) 694 

© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551497; Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision and adaptation] 

Waiting for the May; part song, 
words and music by William G. 
Hammond [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
(Summy's octavo editions, no. 2062) 

695 
© Dec. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 27 ; E 
553190; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Waltzing with Mamey and Rose; 
words and melody by F. L. Par- 
tridge [of U. S.] 696 
© 1 c. Jan. 4. 1923; E 553218; 
Frank Leonard Partridge, Keene, 
N. H. 

Wandering in this place ; madrigal, 
trans., sc. and ed. by Edmund H. 
Fellowes [of Great Britain] ; five 
mixed voices. 4to. (English madri- 
gal school, no. 28 : The madrigals in 
Michael Cavendish's Book of airs 
and madrigals) 697 

© Dec. 15, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 551406 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 



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Wanted a sweet little girl ; words 
and melody by A. F. and J. G. Ca- 
scioli [of U. S.] 698 

© 1. c. Jan. 13, 1923; E 553391; 
Joseph G. Cascioli and Albert F. Ca- 
scioli, New York. 

Washington and Lincoln ; patriotic 
song, words by Laurene Highfield, 
music by H. W. Porter [of U. S.] ; 
unison or solo, with refrain in three 
parts ; melody in bar. 4to. ( School 
music for the upper grades and high 
school ) 699 

© Dec. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 554852 ; Chart music pub. house, 
Chicago. 

Wasted moonlight ; words by Earl C. 
Downing, music by Chet Downing 
[i. e. Chester Downing, of U. S.], 
arr. by Edith Voisinet [of U. S.] 

700 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 553262; 
Chester Downing, Union City, Ind. 

Way out on the farm ; words and mu- 
sic by R. Larsh [of U. S.] 701 
© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553234; Ralph Larsh, Chicago. 

We ca me back ; words and music by 
C. H. B. Shepherd [of U. S.], arr. 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

702 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; E 555007 ; C. 
H. B. Shepherd, New York. 

We shall see Him. face to face ; 
words and music by A. B. Anderson 
[of U. S.J {In* Special songs for 
Jesus) 703 

© May 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 553123 ; A. B. Anderson, Donalson- 
ville, Ga. 

We will be free; poem by James 
Thompson, music by A. Farwell [of 
U. S.] (In Pasadena community 
music meeting, sheet 1) 1. Mixed 
voices with ace. — 2. Melody for me- 
dium voice. 704, 705 
© Dec. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 2, 
1923 ; E 553117, 553118 ; Arthur Far- 
well, Pasadena.. 

Weidt's chord system ; lesson 16, ex- 
amples showing the use of mutual 
tones in chord definition, by A. J. 
Weidt [of U. S.] [Mimeograph] 

706 
© Dec. 9, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 13; A 
693914; Albert J. Weidt, Newark, 
N. J. 



lesson no. 18, examples in chord 

definition, by A. J. Weidt [of U. S.] 
[Mimeograph] 707 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
A 693915 ; Albert J. Weidt, Newark, 
N. J. 

supplement 17, filling in sustained 

notes, by A. J. Weidt [of U. S.] 
[Mimeograph] 70S 

© Nov. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
A 693917 ; Albert J. Weidt, Newark, 
N. J. 

■ supplement no. 18, 20 examples of 

filling in sustained notes, by A. J. 
Weidt [of U. S.] [Mimeograph] 

709 
© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
A 693916; Albert J. Weidt, Newark, 
N. J. 

Welcome to the holy city ; words 
and music by T. L. Payne [of U. S.] 

710 
© Mar. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1923 ; 
E 553450; Thomas Lemuel Payne, 
National City, Calif. 

What a fool I was, to waste my 
love on you ; words and melody by 
C. C, Tate [of U. S.], arr. by A. De 
Polis [of Italy, domiciled at Phila- 
delphia, Pa.] 711 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553315; 
Carroll C. Tate, Atlantic City. 

What is life or worldly pleasure? 
by Byrd, ed. by Sydney Grew [of 
Great Britain] ; five mixed voices. 
Polymetric ed. 4to. (Psalms, songs 
and sonnets, no. 14) 712 

© Nov. 24, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; 
E 551443; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

What shalJl I do to show how much 
I love her? words anon., music by 
Henry Purcell, arr. by Alfred Moffat 
[of Great Britain] (Bayley & Fer- 
guson's festival series) 713 
© Nov. 15, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 551416; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

When first your eyes spoke love to 

me; waltz, lyric by John E. Healy, 

music by J. Furgiuele [of U. S.] 714 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553357; 

Josef Furgiuele, Fall River, Mass. 

When Frances dances ; gavotte, by 
Maurice Verral, arr. by H. M. Higgs 
[of Great Britain] ; orch. 4to. 
(Chappell & go's orchestral journal, 
no. 900) 715 



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© Dec. 22, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 551428; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

When I am laid in eakth ; Dido's 
lament from Dido and ^Eneas, 
words by Nahum Tate, music by 
Henry Purcell, arr. by Alfred Moffat 
[of Great Britain] (Bayley & Fer- 
guson's festival series) 716 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 551415; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

When I come home to you; by War- 
ren N. Dean [of U. S.], arr. by Art 
Higgs [of U. S.] ; banjo solo, plec- 
trum style, with piano ace. 717 
© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553257 ; Wm. C. Stahl, Milwaukee. 

When I waltz again with you ; 
words and music by W. H. and L. F. 
Schellbach [of U. S.], arr. by 
Chauncey Haines [of U. S.] 718 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 554876; 
Leslie Francis Schellbach, Glendale, 
Calif. 

When the curfew rings at nine; 

from Glory, words and music by Al. 

W. Brown [of U. S.] 719 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 

553297; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

When the leaves come tumbling 
down ; fox trot, by Richard Howard 
[of U. S.], arr. by Wm. Schulz [of 
TJ. S.] ; symphonic dance orch. Feist 
ed. 720 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; 
E 553367 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

When the sun is sinking; words 
and music by A. S. Herzog [of U. 
S.], arr. by Tom Clark [of U. S.] 

721 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; E 555200; 
Arthur S. Herzog, New York. 

When the Yankee boys got there; 

words by J. M. Desmond, music by 

H. Richard [of U. S.] 722 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555030; 

John M. Desmond, Wilton, N. D. 

When you dance with a wonderful 
girl ; words by Alex. Rogers, melody 
by C. Luckeyth Roberts [of U. S.] 

723 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; E 553282 ; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 



When you're not with me dear; 
words and music by R. C. Arnott [of 
U. S.] Spokane, Wash., Lauriston. 

724 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555084 ; Ray C. Arnott, Spokane. 

Where oh where are you? words by 
M. Blanchard, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.], [arr. by Theo. G. 
Beach, of U. S.] 725 

1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555079; Mae 
Blanchard, Canal Zone. 

Whispering moonlight; waltz duet. 

words by Paul Schremser, music by 

Jack C. and C. Coe [of U. S.] 726 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553316; 

Chas. Coe, San Diego, Calif. 

Who knows where my sweet Lizzie 

is ; words and melody by B. Wit- 

kowitz [of U. S.] 72? 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555006; 

Benjamin Witkowitz, Brooklyn. 

Who wants to go a-roaming; words 

by P. J. O'Reilly, music by Harold 

Hope Stott [of Great Britain] 728 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 6; E 

551433; Cary & co., London. 

Who will follow Jesus? words and 
music by M. E. Tadlock [of U. S.J 

729 
© Dec. 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 13; E 
553412; Michael Edgar Tadlock, 
Norris City, 111. 

Why do you hide from me ; melodv 
by H. Martelly [of U. S.] 73G 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553141; 
Hugh Martelly, Brooklyn. 

Why don't my dreams come true; 
words by John A. Flood, music by 
George E. Patten [of U. S.], arr. bj 
Arthur R. Grant. 731 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jam 4: E 
553195 ; Metro music co., New York 

Why don't you love me like you 
used to? fox trot song, lyric and 
melody by L. R. Wells [of U. S.I 
Los Angeles, Calif., Leo R. Wells 
co. music pub. 732 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 9; E 
553320 ; Leo Roy Wells, Long Beach, 
Calif. 

Windmhls. See Fancies. 

Winners (The) ; march, by E. C, 
Hoopes [of U. S.] ; orch. 733 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923; E 554989; 
Edward C. Hoopes, Washington. 



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Winter. See Seasons (The) 

With a golden band ; words by M. I. 
Young, melody by Herman Dubois 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

734 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923: E 553349; 
Margaret I. Young, Oliver, Pa. 

Wonderful mother love; words by 
William Watkins Vaughan, music 
by P. Graves [of U. S.] 735 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553144; 
Preston Graves, Chicago, and W. W. 
Vaughan, Denison, Tex. 

Won't you come back Vi ; fox trot, 
words and music by Phonzo Harris 
[i. e. Mose Harris, of U. S.] Allaire, 
N. J., Mose Harris. 736 

© Jan. 4, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 5 ; E 
553247; Mose Harris pub. co., New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 

Won't you come to the wise West? 
words by J. J. Yasunaga, melody by 
Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] 737 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553135; 
James Jitsuzo Yasunaga, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Would you ; unison song, words by 
William Donahey, music by Patty 
Stair [of IT. S.] 4to. 738 

' © Jan. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; E 
555042 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

You and I; words by A. B. Robinson, 
music by Albert Hodgson [of Great 
Britain] Glasgow, Bayley & Fergu- 
son. 739 
© Dec. 20, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1923; E 551435; A. B. Robinson, 
Darwen, England. 

You and I and you and I ; words by 
J. J. Yasunaga, melody by Herman 
Dubois [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] 740 

© 1 c. Jan, 2, 1923; E 553134; 
James J. Yasunaga, San Francisco. 

You are easy to remember, not so 
easy to forget ; words and melody 
by Buddy Fields, W. Collins and 
Bobbie Reed [of U. S.], arr. by 
Harry P. Guy [of U. S.] 741 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555015; 
Will Collins, Detroit. 



YOU CAN TAKE MY MAN BUT YOU CAN'T 

keep him long; words and music 
by Warren and L. Smith and 
Clarence Johnson [of U. S.] ; arr. by 
C. Johnson [of U. S.] ; in E flat. 

742 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; E 555190; 
Lloyd Smith, Chicago. 

YOU CANNOT TELL HOW OLD THEY ARE 
BY LOOKING AT THEIR SKIRTS J f rom 

The bride elect, words and music 
by John Philip Sousa [of U. S.] 

743 

© Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 17 ; E 
553513 ; John Church co., Cincinnati. 

YOU GOTTA TOODLE-00 ON A SAXOPHONE, 
IF YOU WANNA KEEP YOUR SWEET 

sweet mama home; words by Sam 
M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by 
Turner Layton [of U. S.] 744 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 553319; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

You'll want me back sometime ; 
words and music by the Duncan 
sisters [i. e., Rosetta and Vivian 
Duncan, of U. S.] New York, B. 
A. music co. 745 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 2; E 
553206 ; Barney Abramowitz, New 
York. 

You made me forget ; words and mu- 
sic by A. R. Levine [of U. S.], arr. 
by Anita Paller [of U. S.] 746 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; E 553407 ; A. 
Richard Levine, Los Angeles. 

You're a wonder sweet mother mine ; 
lyrics and music by [Mary] Lucille 
Moran [of U. S.], arr. by Walter 
Mack [of U. S.], har. arr. by E. J. 
Stark [of U. S.] 747 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 553115; 
Jennie T. Moran, St. Louis. 

You're gonna need my lovin' some 
of these days ; words and music 
by J. Stansel [of U. S.], arr. by 
Will Nash [of U. S.] 748 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555012; 
Jesse Stansel, San Diego, Calif. 

You're the same old pal to me ; words 
by Mrs. L. Jones, music by H. Rich- 
ard -}of U. S.] 749 
tc) 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555023; 
Mrs. Lester Jones, Cincinnati. 



44 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 1, 1923 



756 



YOU THAT WONT, TO MY PIPE'S SOUND ; 

by Morley, ed. by Sydney Grew [of 
Great Britain] ; five mixed voices. 
Polymetric ed. 4to. (First booke 
of balletts to five voyees, no. 13 ) 750 
© Dec. 7, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 29; E 
551447 ; J. Cur wen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

YOU USED TO CALL ME SWEETHEART ', 

words by C. E. Larson, melody by 
Herman Dubois [pseud, of Etbel 
Fisher, of U. S.] 751 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 553350; 
Clara E. Larson, Sacred Heart, 
Minn. 

YOU WILL NEVER FIND TOMORROW IF YOU 

haven't found today ; words by 
James F. Connor, music by George 
L. Cobb [of U. S.] 752 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
553235; Copley music co v Boston. 

Yukel; from The American rebetzin, 

words by Anshel Schorr, music by 

S. Secunda [of U. S.] Philadelphia, 

Pa., Philip Glick. 753 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

/ E 553146.; Samuel Secunda, Brook- 
lyn. 



Zephyrus brings the time; madrigal 
trans., sc. and ed. by Edmund 
Horace Fellowes [of Great Britain] ; 
five mixed voices. 4to. (English 
madrigal school, no. 22 : Madrigals 
in Michael Cavendish's Book of airs 
and madrigals) 754 

© Dec. 15, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 
E 551411 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ed- 
iting] 

5th U. S. infantry march ; lyrics 
and music by K. Freier [of U. S.] 
Boston, Mass., Bettoney & Mayer, 
inc. 755 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 554945 ; Kurt Freier, Ft. Williams, 
Portland, Me. 

14 MAND OG HERA PA A VEJEN TIL 

Madeira ; tekst af Hans Hartvig 
Seedorf, musik af Louis Molholm 
[of Denmark] (In To somands- 
sange, no. 2) 756 

© Nov. 22, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 9 ; E 
551466; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1922 : 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 1 unpublished) 5 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 214 unpublished) 751 

Total 756 



45 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [756 



Fading away ; sacred duet, words and 
music by B. M. McWilliams; alto, 
or sop., and ten., with full cho. pts. 
© Benjamin Minis McWilliams, 
Irwin, Pa., as the author, R. no. 
21881, Oct. 24, 1922. 



Peace to the earth ; by H. P. Danks. 
© Albert V. Danks, Brooklyn, as 
the child of the deceased author, R. 
no. 21800, Oct. 5, 1922. 



47 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE ME- 
CHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. 1 (E) OF THE ACT OF 



MAR. 4, I909. 



[756 



Aggravatin' papa. 3 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Any place where I make money is 

HOME SWEET HOME TO ME. 4 

© Goodman & Rose, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 123. 

Babylon. 5 

© Leo. Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Janr 13, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5. p. 114. 

Back home and broke. 6 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 121. 

Bad (The) little boys aren't goody- 
good to the goody-good little girls. 

7 
© Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 18, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 118. 

Billie. 8 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 116. 

Blue notes blue ; song. 9 

© F." B. Haviland pub. co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 5, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p.. 117. 

Bon jour ma belle ; by A. H. Behrend. 

10 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 2, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 108. 

Brahms (Johannes) Waltzes; by 
Brahms, op. 39, ed. by R. Joseffy. 

11 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 2, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 108. 

Carolita. 12 

© Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 108. 



Cat's (The) pajamas. 13 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 116. 

China boy. 14 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 114. 

Chloe cling to me. 15 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO. 16 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 11, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 116. 

Constantly. 17 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 19, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 119. 

Paddy's goin' hunttn' to-night. 18 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 17, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 119. 

Darktown (The) flappers ball. 19 

© Edward B. Marks music co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 31. 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 122. 

Dearest you're the nearest to my 

HEART. 20 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 117. 

Diamond horse shoe. 21 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 6, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 117. 

Don't kick a nation when it's down. 

22 
© Fred Fisher, inc.. New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 20, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 119. 

Don't think you'll be missed. 23 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 



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756 (24) 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Down by the old apple tree. 24 

© Edward B. Marks music co.. 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 4, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 115. 

Down in Maryland. 25 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Dreamy melody. 26 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 11, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 116. 

Eavesdropper ; or. The little Jenny 

wren. 27 

© J. Burlington Rigg, Chicago. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 8, 1923 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 117. 

Falling. 28 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 11, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 116. 

Family trouble blues. 29 

© Olman J. Cobb, Chicago. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 29, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 123. 

Fascisti (I) ; mazurka. 30 

© Ernesto Rossi, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 1. 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 123. 

Fidg-et-ty (The) fidge. 31 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 23, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 121. 

First (The) waltz. 32 

© Waterson. Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Forever. 33 

© Irving Berlin, inc.. New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13 .1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 117. 

Four o'clock blues. 34 

© Perry Bradford music pub. co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 20, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Good-bye but not forever. 35 

© Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 18-, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 118. 

Governor's (The) own; by Adams. 

36 
© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 6, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 124. 



Grace you're the ace of them all. 

37 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Gringo (A) tango; by Eastwood 

Lane. (Five American dances) 38 

© J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 9, 1923; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 122. 

Haydn (Franz Josef) Farewell sym- 
phony; by Haydn-Roberts. 39 
© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 
5, p. 123. 

He's the talk of the whole darn 

town. 40 

© Triangle music pub. co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 

1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 108. 

Hello Paddy. 41 

© Stark & Cowan, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 27, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 123. 

Honeymoon time ; lyric by Wm. Cae- 
sar, music by Irving Weill. 42 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 12, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 118. 

I FIND 'EM, FOOL 'EM, FONDLE AND FOR- 
GET 'EM. 43 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 20, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 119. 

I GAVE YOU ALL THE LOVE I HAD. 44 

© Goodman & Rose, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 123. 

I GAVE YOU UP JUST BEFORE YOU THREW 
ME DOWN. 45 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

I'll be in my Dixie home again to- 
morrow. 46 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

I'm done — done — done with you. 47 
© Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 108. 

I'm gonna get you. 48 

© Zipf music pub. co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 11, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 118. 



50 



NOTICES OF USER 



no. 1, 1923 



756 (72) 



I'm looking foe a Daddy Long Legs. 

49 
© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 6, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 117. 

I'm mighty sweet on my sweet 

SWEETIE. 50 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 19, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 119. 

If you want to keep your daddy 

home blues. 51 

© Zipf music pub. co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 11, 1923 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 118. 

Improvisation and maestoso; by 
Lake. 52 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 30, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 123. 

IN THE VALLEY OF BROKEN HEARTS. 53 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 116. 

In your dear eyes. 54 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

It's a wonderful world after all. 

55 
© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 116. 

It takes a little love to drive the 

blues away. 56 

© Triangle music pub. co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 

1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 108. 

Jellys BLUES. 57 

© Lloyd Smith, Chicago. Notice 
rec'd Jan. 22, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 121. 

Joe is here. 58 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Journey's end. 59 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 15, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 119. 

June's the time for roses ; lyric by 
Edward Teschemacher, music by D. 
Lorah. 60 

M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 22, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 121. 



Just plain folks. 61 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 114. 

Keep it under your hat; words by 
Eddie Cantor, music by Louis Breau 
and [Chas. Tobias] 62 

© Bee Tee pub. co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 22, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 120. 

Kiss me. 63 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 117. 

KONA MARCH. 64 

© Anthony J. Franchini & Frank 
Ferrera, New York. Notice rec'd 
Jan. 20, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 119. 

Koo-kee-koo. 65 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 114. 

LxiDY Luck. 66 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 15, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 119. 

Laughin' cryin' BLUES. 67 

© Zipf music pub. co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 11, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 118. 

Let's kiss. 68 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 114. 

Little (The) house with the green 
blinds. - 69 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 114. 

Louisville blues. 70 

© Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 108. 

Mad cause you treat me this way. 

71 
© Jack Mills., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 116. 

Mammy's carbon copy. 72 

© Harms, inc., New York. Notice 
rec'd Jan. 31, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 122. 



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756 (73) 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Maybe someone is kissing your 

sweetie to-night. 73 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 1923; 

recorded, v. 5, p. 122. 

AIother in Ireland. 74 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Mother's wedding dress. 75 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923; recorded, v. 
5, p. 114. 

My lady fair. 76 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

My mother's lullaby. 77 

© Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 108. 

Nearing the day. 78 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 15, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 119. 

Norwegian echo song ; from My favor- 
ite folk songs by Sembrich. 79 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 2, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 108. 

NOW IS THE TIME. 80 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 116. 

NUR EINE NACHT SOLLST DU MIR GE- 
HOREN. 81 

© Wiener boheme-verlag, Vienna. 
Notice rec'd Jam 18, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 119. 

O ask of the stars, beloved ; by Frank 
La Forge. 82 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 6, 1923 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 114. 

O-le-o-lady. 83 

© Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 108. 

One night in June. 84 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 



Original four o'clock blues ; Joe 

Olivers blues. 85 

© Lloyd Smith. Chicago. Notice 

rec'd Jan. 22, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 

p. 121. 

Pelican (The) ; fox trot. 86 

© Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 5, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 117. 

(Le pas du pelican) 87 

© Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 5, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 117. 

Play the funny blues. 88 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 20, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 119. 

Post office. 89 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 114. 

Rainbow waltz. 90 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 116. 

Ride of the cowboy ; by Gertrude 

Ross. 91 

© J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 9, 1923; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 122. 

Rubenesque; by Slater. 92 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 
5, p. 123. 

Russian Rose ; by Peter De Rose. 93 
© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 6, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 114. 

Saw mill river road. 94 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 114. 

Scalp dance ; by Lake. 95 

© Carl Fischer, New York. Notice 
rec'd Feb. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 123. 

Settle down and travel. 96 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 114. 

Some day you will cry over someone 

as i have cried over you. 97 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 1923 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 115. 



52 



NOTICES OF USER 



no. 1, 1923 



756 (121) 



Some lonesome night. 98 

© Richmond-Robbins, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 117. 

Some winter's night. 99 

© Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. Notice . rec'd Jan. 2, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 108. 

Somewhere for me someone is wait- 
ing ; lyric by Sydney T. Pease, mu- 
sic by Harry Stogden. 100 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 8, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 118. 

Somewhere in a cottage for two. 

101 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 114. 

Somewhere in Dixie; by Gerry L. 

Lansing. 102 

© H. F. Odell & co., Boston. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 8, 1923: recorded, 

v. 5, p. 117. 

Somewhere somehow some day. 103 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

South Sea eyes. 104 

© Richmond-Robbins, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 121. 

Spanish serenade ; by Gertrude Ross. 

105 
© J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 9, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 122. 

Starlight bay. 106 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 20, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Steve. 107 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Stop your kiddin'. 108 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 116. 

Sunny Jim. 109 

© Barney Abramowitz, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 3, 1923 : recorded, 
v. 5, p. 117. 



Sunshine Mary. 110 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Sweet mandy. Ill 

© Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 708. 

Take a little wife. 112 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 6, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 117. 

Tanz, gesang und wein (Dance, song 

and wine) 113 

© Harms, inc., New York. Notice 

rec'd Jan. 30, 1923; recorded, v. 

5, p. 121. 

Tempting. 114 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 11, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 116. 

There's a rainbow in the sky. 115 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Three o'clock in the morning. 116 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 9, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 123. 

Tickle me. 117 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Tie ftp. 118 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 15, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 119. 

Tomorrow will be brighter than to- 
day. 119 
© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 11, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 116. 

Trailing arbutus ; by Garbett. 120 
© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 24, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 121. 

Tschaikowsky ( Feter Iljitch) In- 
terrupted revery; by Tschaikowsky, 
op. 40, no. 12, ed. by John Orth. 

121 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 2, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 108. 



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756 (122) pt. in, n. s., v. 18, no. 1, 1923 



Turtle dove. 122 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 19, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 119. 

Underneath the Chinese moon ; 
lyric by Jack Arnold, music by A. 
Baldwin Sloane. 123 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 119. 

Venetian blues. 124 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New Y/ork. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 19, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 119. 

Wanita (Wanna eat?) 125 

© Stark & Cowan, inc., New Y r ork. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 27, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 123. 

What a fool I've been. 126 

© Jerome H. Rernick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 11, 1923 ; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 115. 

What more do you want. 127 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

When I was seventeen ; from My fa- 
vorite folk songs by Sembrich. 128 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 2, 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 108. 

When the curfew rings at nine. 

129 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 114. 

When will I know. 130 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 11, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 116. 



Whispering times ; words by Paul 
Cunningham, music by Irving Weill. 

131 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 12, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 118. 

Whistling. • 132 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Wonderful one. 133 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 114. 

Y"OU CAN TAKE MY MAN BUT YOU CAN'T 
KEEP HIM LONG. v 134 

© Lloyd Smith, Chicago. Notice 
rec'd Jan. 22, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 121 . 

YOU GAVE ME YOUR HEART SO I GAVE 
YOU MINE. 135 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 120. 

Y T OU GOTTA TOODLE-00 ON A SAXOPHONE 
IF YOU WANNA KEEP SWEET MAMMA 
HOME. 136 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 9, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 122. 

you may have some loving but you 

can't have it all. 137 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 117. 

You've got to see mama ev'ry night. 

138 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 17, 1923 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 119. 

Zephyrs (The) ; by Frank La Forge. 

139 
© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 6, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 114. 



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757-1475 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

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CATALOGUE 



(COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1923 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 
No. 2 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1923 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users of this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, con- 
taining the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical compo- 
sitions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and is 
followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions ex- 
plained hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the 
title (except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and 
a grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not conveni- 
ently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of scat- 
tering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by an 
entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search should be 
made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann Sebastian); 
Balfe (Michael William); Beethoven (Ludwig van); Gluck (Christoph Wili- 
bald von) ; Handel (Georg Friedrich) ; Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) ; Men- 
delssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix); Paganini (Niccolo) Saint-Saens 
(Charles Camille); Schubert (Franz Peter); Verdi (Giuseppe). In the case of 
all such works, however, there are cross references in the title alphabet from 
the title of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
<elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
hut designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
'" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," "sonata," " etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable 
Iby the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name without 
cross reference from the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also the 
claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and address 
of the publisher differ from those of the copyright proprietor, mention of the 
fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of publication 
and name of publisher. 



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EXPLANATIONS TO BE NOTED BY USERS OF THIS CATALOGUE. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise stated. 
Titles reading " Words by," " Music by," are to be understood as songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been ab- 
rogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is ab- 
breviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " E," Class E, 
Musical compositions; " D," class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; "©," 
implies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of 
publication; " © 1 c.," stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; 
and " 2 c," for 2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of 
contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues containing 
such contributions is required. 

A list of copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compositions 
under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this 
issue immediately following the text. 

A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions used 
or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instruments serving to 
reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 (e) of the 
act of March 4, 1909, follows the list of renewals. 

The final number, completing the volume, is followed by a full annual index 
to both composers and proprietors. The subscription price for Part 3,. which 
must, be for the complete calendar year, is $1, payable in advance, to the Su- 
perintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express 
order, or New York draft. 



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NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall deterihine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from July 1, 1915, to June 30, 1919,. inclusive, are 
still remaining in the files of the Cop}^right Office, and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1922. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical com- 
positions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, 
or photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photo- 
graphs filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No 
maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be sup- 
plied on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Con- 
gress, Washington, D. C. 



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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UN- 
AUTHORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of 
music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical in- 
struments in the case of Australia, and the territories of Papua and 
Norfolk Island, Austria, Belgium, Cuba, Denmark, France, Germany, 
Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Luxemburg, New Zealand, Norway, 
and Sweden. The President signed proclamations to this effect on 
the following dates : Australia and the territories of Papua and Nor- 
folk Island (Apr. 3, 1918, effective Mar. 15, 1918), Austria (May 25, 
1922), Belgium (June 14, 1911, effective July 1, 1909), Cuba (Nov. 
27, 1911), Denmark (Dec. 9, 1920), France (May 24, 1918), Germany 
(Dec. 8, 1910, Mav 25, 1922), Great Britain (Jan. 1, 1915), Hungary 
(June 3, 1922), Italy (May 1, 1915, June 3, 1922), Luxemburg (June 
14, 1911, effective June 29, 1910) , New Zealand (Feb. 9, 1917, effective 
Dec. 1, 1916, Mav 25, 1922), Norway (June 14, 1911, effective Sept. 9, 
1910), Sweden (Feb. 27, 1920, effective Feb. 1, 1920). These procla- 
mations were printed in the Catalogue of Copyright Entries. Part 
3, vol. 6, pages v-x of no. 7, and pages iv-v of no. 12; vol. 10, pages 
viii-xi of no. 3, and pages viii-ix of no. 4; vol. 12, pages v-ix of no. 
3 ; vol. 13, pages vi-xii of no. 5 ; and vol. 15, pages v-vn of no. 3 ; and 
pages vi-xiv of no. 13. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of 
Hungary so far as the provisions of section 1 (e) are concerned, the 
proclamation dated October 15, 1912, putting into effect the conven- 
tion between the Linked States and Hungary, specifically provides 
that the general copyright protection secured by article 1 includes 
the copyright control of mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated fulfill 
the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) of 
the act of Congress of March 4, 1909; Mexico (May 8, 1911), the 
Netherlands (Mar. 3, 1911), and Switzerland (Apr. 8, 1911). 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International Amer- 
ican Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was proclaimed 
by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914. This con- 
vention is understood to be in effect as between the United States 
and Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, 
Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, 
Salvador, and Uruguay. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



'A Bella 'e Margellina ; versi di C. 
Forte, musica di Gennaro Giuda [of 
U. S.] ; mand. ace. 757 

© Dec. 10, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 555414; Carlo Forte. New 
York. 

A gast af der erd ; words by Morris 

Rund, music by Samuel Weisser [of 

U. S.] 758 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553671; 

M. Rund and S. Weisser, New York. 

A la fete. See Dimanche basque. 

Advanced ear-training and sight- 
singing; as applied to the study 
of harmony by George A. Wedge 
[of U. S.] 4to. 759 

© Dec. 24, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 30; 
aft Dec. 28 ; A 690865 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 

Aedh wishes for the cloths of 
heaven ; poem by William Butler 
Yeats, melody by Herbert Bedford 
[of England] 4to. 760 

© June 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551762; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

After awhile; waltz ballad, words 
by Al. McDermott and Walter Mack, 
music by Allen B. Cooper [of U. S.] 

761 
© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
555330; McDermott. Cooper and 
Mack, St. Louis. 

Ah ! chi l'aveva di ! versi di Riccardo 
. Cordiferro, musica di Daniel Na- 
politano [of Italy, domiciled at Jer- 
sey City], arr. di Ciro Valente [oi 
U. Sv] 762 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; E 555249; 
Buff a bros.. New York. 

Album leaf ; evening mood, by Ernest 
Hutcheson [of Great Britain, do- 
miciled at New York] op. 12, no. 
3; piano. 763 
© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; 
E 555393 ; Composers' music corp. ; 
New York. 

idyl, by Johnson C. Bane [of 

U. S.] ; guit. Nicomede ed. Altoona, 
Pa., Lustroil co. 764 

© Dec. 24, 1922 : 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 555064; Joe Nicomede. Altoona, 
Pa. 



All for Jesus ; sacred trio, words by 
W. J. Sparrow Simpson, music by 
Alfred Wooler [of U. S.] ; sop., 
alto and ten. 4to. 765 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
553584 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston 

All me money. See Jamaican dances. 

Allegro. See Marr (Joseph) Four 
incidentals. 

Alleluia ; Christmas service, words 
by Gertrude Knox Willis, music by 
Mrs. R. R. Forman [of U. S.] 4to. 

766 
© Oct. 16, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Nov. 
9; A 688915; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Almond eyes ; words by L. Wolfe Gil- 
bert, melody by Anton Lada and W. 
Miller [of U. S.], arr. by Arthur 
Darvo [of U. S.] 767 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553482; 
L. Wolfe Gilbert music corp., New 
York. 

Aln.es (Eyvind) 4 varmlanska latar; 
til tekster av Gustav Froding, 
komponerede av E. Alnaes [of Nor- 
way] op. 38 ; for en sangstemme 
med piano. (Wilhelm Hansen ed- 
ition, no. 2275). Contents: — 1. Jant- 
blig. — 2. En liten lat om varen. — 3. 
Rung Liljekonvalje. — 4. Skogsan. 

768 
© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan.8, 1923 ; 
E 551478; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Altho I'm just past eighty-two; 
words and music by W. H. Rhoads 
[of U. S.], arr. by Frank Black [of 
U. S.] ; piano with words. 769 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 553639; 
William Hood Rhoads, New York. 

Always ; words and music by A. S. 
Skillman [of U. S.] 770 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; E 555356; 
Alice Sheppard Skillman, Dallas. 

American aerial triumph ; march, 
melody by A. Chiaffarelli [of U. S.] 

771 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923: E 555328; 
Albert Chiaffarelli, New York. 



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American parade; triumphal march, 

by Maurice Baron [of France] ; 

piano. 772 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 20; E 

555302; Bel win, inc., New York. 

Amor che torn a (Returning love) ; 
valzer-boston, di V. di Modugno [of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] ; in- 
strumental. 773 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555109; 
Vincenzo di Modugno, New York. 

Amour (I/) de ma mie; entr acre, 

par V. Dyck [of France] ; violon 

solo et petit orch. 4to. 774 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551546; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

An orem yosoimele ; from the* play 
Where are my parents, words by 
Louis Gilrod, music by .7. and J. 
Kammen [of U. S.] 

(j?Vhfcirr cr-i$ pa) 

775 
© Nov. 30. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555213; Jack & Joseph 
Kammen, Brooklyn. 

And so did he ; part-song, words and 
music by Alfred Wooler [of U. S.] ; 
men's voices. 4to. 776 

© Dec. 11. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923: E 555263: Oliver Ditson CO., 
Boston. 

Anxie Laurie ; festival chorus, poem 
by Wm. Douglas, traditional Scotch 
air, arr. by G. O'Hara [of U. S.] : 
mixed voices. 4to. 777 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; E 
553597 : Geoffrey O'Hara, Yonkers, 
N. Y. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Antelope : fox trot, by William Morris 
[of U. S.] ; 1st and 2nd banjo. Nieo- 
mede ed. Altoona, Pa., Lustroil co. 

778 
© Dec. 24. 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 555065 : Joe Nicomede, Altoona, 
Pa. 

Anthem gems : coll. of fifty festival 
anthems, composed and arr. by G. 
Kessel [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. 779 

© Nov. 1; 1922 ; 2 c. Nov. 29; Nov. 
24 : A 690432 ; Geo. Kessel, St. Paul. 



Arabian love 
tone poems. 



song. See Egyptian 



Argonne (The) forest; waltzes, by 

H. W. Green [of U. S.], arr. by Romo 

Falk [of U. S.] ; piano. 780 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555362; 

Henry W. Green, Cleveland. 

Art thou weary ; sacred song, text by 
John M. Neale, music by Teresa Del 
Riego [of Great Britain] ; piano or 
organ ace, with violin and 'cello 
obbl. by Karl Rissland [of U. S.]. 
1. High voice in F. — 2. Medium 
voice, in E flat. — 3. Low voice, in D 
flat. 781 

© Dec. 7, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 15, 
1923: E 555277; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Artist's style instruction book ; for 
popular music, rag-time and jazz 
piano playing, by S. A. Thomas [of 
U. S.] Supplement. 782 

© Oct. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
15; A 693340; Sidney A. Thomas, 
Milwaukee. 

At last ; words by Enzena Smith Wil- 
liams, music by Maurine Dinwiddie 
Hearne [of U. S.] 783 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; E 
555172; Mrs. T. K. Williams, De- 
cherd, Tenn. 

At twilight. See Southern sketches. 

Ar crepuscule. See Chapuis (Au- 
guste) Deux pieces. 

Ai" jeu de pelote. See Dimanche 
basque. 

Audrey fox trot ; melody by E. A. 

Woebse [of U. S.] '784 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923: E 553673; 

Edward Alfred Woebse, New York. 

Aurora ; marcia, by A. Jacobucci [of 
Italy, domiciled at Philadelphia] 

785 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553470; 
Alfred Jacobucci, Philadelphia. 

Aurora mia ; entr'acte, par V. Dyck 

[of France] ; orch. avec piano con- 

ducteur. 4to. 786 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551518; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

Awanda (The) instructor of pop- 
ular music ; no. 1 [by G. F. Luyster 
and C. T. Click, of U. S.] ; piano. 
Cincinnati, O., Awanda studio of 
popular music. 787 

© May 29, 1920 ; 1 c. Oct. 1, 1922 ; 
1 c. Nov. 15 ; aff. Nov. 15 ; A 691091 ; 
George F. Luyster and C. T. Click, 
Cincinnati. 



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no. 2, 1923 



802 



B. O. A. ; song of the Sciots, words and 
music by W. J. McCartney [of U. S.] 

788 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8: E 
555102; Wm. J. McCartney, San 
Francisco. 

Baby. See Jamaican dances. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) The little 
book of Bach chorales; coll. of 
hymns set to chorales of Bach by 
Cecil Forsyth [of England! ; male 
voices. 8vo. 789 

© Dec. 5. 1922; 2 c. Dec. 8; aff. 
Dec. 9; A 691843; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Back home and broke ; lyric and mu- 
sic by C. K. Harris [of U. S,] 790 
© Jan. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E 
553606 ; Chas. K. Harris, New York. 

Back home in Dixie with you; fox 

trot, words and music by E. Cirker 

[of TL S.] 791 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923 ; E 553533 ; 

Edward Cirker, New York. 

Bah-lim-bo. See Jamaican dances. 

Balfe (Michael William) Gemini 
six four, adapted to tune Excelsior, 
words by Ernest Melvin. music by 
M. W. Balfe [of England] ; in D 
flat. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] 792 
© Dec. 29. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551753; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Ballade et polonaise. See Jorgensen 
. (Axel) Suite. 

Bang, on youb tambourine ; words 
and music by Mort Dixon, Ernie 
Breuer and Sidney Gibson [of U. 
S.], arr. by J. M. Cuthbert [of U. S.] 

793 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 553648; 
Broadway music Corp., New York. 

Basque love song (Nik baditut) ; 
English version by Mary Ellis Op- 
dycke and Kurt Schindler, collected 
and harmonized by Jose Antonio De 
San Sebastian, ed. by K. Schindler 
[of U. S.] ; med., in D flat. (Songs 
of the Spanish provinces ; Basque 
provinces, no. 9) 794 

© Dec. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1923 ; 
E 555271 ; Oliver Dit>-on co., Boston. 



Basses and chants donnes aux con- 
cours des classes d'harmonie ; 
annees 1920-1922, par divers auteurs 
[of France] 4to. 795 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551517 ; Heugel, Paris. 

Be my oriental maid; words and mu- 
sic by A. J. Stern [of U. S.] 796 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 555370; 
Arthur J. Stern, New York, 

Beautiful Greece ; _f rom Phi-Phi, 
words by Clifford Grey, music by H. 
Darewski [of England] 797 

© Oct. 13, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; 
E 551795 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Beauty, that's what she calls me 
now ; words and music by Harry 
Castling [of England] [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] 798 

© Nov. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. IS, 
1923; E 551814; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Beaver ; here comes old Beaver, words 
by George Crump and Neil McKay, 
music by Will Hyde [of England] 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

799 
© Nov. 17, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1923; E 551811; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Song of 
penitence ; sacred song, music by 
Beethoven, ed. by Mark Andrews [of 
U. S.] ; high voice, organ ace. 800 
© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
555146 ; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edi- 
ing] 

Berceuse ; by G. Karganoff, trans, by 
Arthur Hartmann [of U. S.] ; violin 
and piano. 801 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
555142 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Best (The) old favorite songs and 

NEW HELPS FOR TEACHERS ', Compiled 

by A. T. McCreary [of U. S.] New 
public school ed. Springfield, 111., 
Illinois state register. 4to. 802 

© Sept. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Nov. 3 ; aff. 
Oct. 2; A 688708; A. T. McCreary, 
Springfield, 111. 



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BlLBEO'S KINDERGARTEN BOOK; by Ma- 

thilde Eilbro [of U. S.] ; pf. o03 

© Oct. 5, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
14; A 687532; Theo. Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. . 

Birchaed (C. C.) & co. Five Christ- 
mas songs; ed. by C. C. Birchard & 
co. [of U. S.] 4to. Contents:— 1. 
Joy to the world ; words by Isaac 
Watts, music arr. from Handel by 
Lowell Mason.— 2. O come all ye 
faithful ; words tr. by F. Oakeley, 
music by John Reading. — 3. Silent 
night ; words by Joseph Mohr, music 
by Franz Griiber. — 4. Hark ! the 
herald angels sing; words by C. 
Wesley, music by Felix Mendel- 
ssohn-Bartholdy. — 5. God rest you 
merry gentlemen ; words and music 
traditional. 804 

© Nov. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
1; A 693686; C. C. Birchard & co., 
Boston. 

Bird song ; motion song, words and 
music by C. A. Smith [of U. S.] 805 
©Jan. 31, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; 
E 553656 ; Charles A. Smith, Moun- 
tain View, Calif. 

Blanchie ; words by H. Weaver, mu- 
sic by F. E. Mastin [of U. S.], arr. 
by Herman A. Hummel [of U. S.] 

806 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553664; 
Harry Weaver and Frank E. Mastin, 
San Francisco. 

Bliss (Arthur) Three romantic 
songs, words by W T alter De La Mare, 
music by A. Bliss [of England] 
Contents: 1. The hare. — 2. Love- 
locks.— 3. The buckle. 807 
© July 4, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551777; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

Blonde amie ; serenade, poesie de 
Pierre d'Amor. musique de R. Car- 
eel [of France] 808 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 : 
E 551552 ; R. Carcel, Paris. 

Boat-song ; by N. Louise Wright [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (By the lake, no. 2) 

809 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

553554 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Bonjour; bluette, de Franz Hitz, or- 
chestra par H. Mouton [of Bel- 
gium] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. 810 



© Dec. 13, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551508; Durand et cie, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on orchestra- 
tion] 

Book (A) of songs; words by various 
authors, music by E. Wood [of U. 
S.], ace. by Randall Thompson. 
[French and English texts] 4to. 

811 
© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; aff. 
Dec. 28; A 690864; Erskine Wood, 
Portland, Or. 

Bourree ; airs de danses de Haute et 
Basse Auvergne, recueillis notes et 
arranges par Mario • Versepuy [of 
France] ; 4 voix mixtes avec contre- 
points et ritournelles. 4to. 812 

© Dec. 14, 1922 : 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551507; Heugel, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on collection, notes 
and arrangement] 

Brightest and best of the sons of 
the morning. See Christmas. 

Brown : words anon., music by Mary 
Wyman Williams [of U. S.] (Read- 
ings with music) 813 
© Jan. 2, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 9; E 
555114; Clayton F. Summy co., Chi- 
cago. 

Buckle (The) See Bliss (Arthur) 
Three romantic songs. 

Buffoon (The) ; by Frederick Albert 
Hoschke [of U. S.] op. 21, no. 4; 
piano. 814 

© Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
555292 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

Building castles in the air; words 
by C. S. Garner, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. 815 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555067: Caroline S. Garner, Jacum- 
ba, Calif. 

Bull eyes ; words by J. J. Murnagh, 

music by Rosario Pellegrino [of U. 

S.] 816 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553714; 

James J. Murnagh, New York. 

But you pretty girls ; words by Joe 

A. Omela, melody by J. J. Molitoris 

[of U. S.] 817 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 553640; 

John J. Molitoris, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 



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835 



By the firelight ; by Mable Pallatt 

[of U S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. (Organ 

music, no. 5173) 818 

© Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 

553677 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

By the fireside ; by Kate S. Chitten- 
den [of U. S.] ;piano. New and rev. 
ed. (In Synthetic method by Albert 
Ross Parsons, pt. 1, no. 7 a ) 819 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; E 
555120; Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
and revised edition] 

Caledon Mountain ; march, by J. Gib- 
son [of Canada], arr. by Jules 
Brazil [of Canada] ; [violin] 820 
© 1 & Jan. 4, 1923 ; E 551360 ; 
John Gib'son, Cataract, Canada. 

Caledon quadrille ; by J. Gibson [of 

Canada], arr. by Jules Brazil [of 

Canada] ; violin. 821 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 551361; 

John Gibson, Cataract, Canada. 

Call me once more ; words by Fred 
G. Bowles, music by Charles A. 
Chase [of U. S.] 822 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; E 
553601 ; C. W. Thompson & co., Bos- 
ton. 

Call (The) to prayer. See Egyptian 
tone poems. 

Camellia ; gavotte, by Agide Jacchia 
[of Italy, domiciled at Boston], 
transcribed by Antonio Gerardi [of 
U. S.] ; violin and piano. 823 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555272; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Can it be you've forgotten the past ; 
waltz ballad, words and music by. 
W. P. Tulley [of U. S.], arr. by 
William Foley [of U. S.] 824 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923: E 555371; 
Walter Paul Tulley, Boston. 

Carillon (Le) de Saint- Jean ; po£me 
musical, par E. Chatillon [of 
France] ; piano a 4 mains. 825 

© Dec. 14. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551557; J. C. Vincent, Lyon, 
France. 

Carnival dance; by Frances Terry 

[of U. S.] ; piano. (Two spirited 

dances, no. 1) 826 

© Jan. 8, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 11; E 

555157 : G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 



Carolling on. See Christmas (A) 
surprise. 

Carry me back to old Virginny; by 
James A. Bland, transcribed and 
arr. by Karl Kissland [of U. S.] 
1. Violin, 'cello and piano. — 2. 'Cello 
and piano. 827, 828 

© Dec. 22, 28, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 
15, 1923; E 555274, 555275; Oliver 
Ditson co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Cast aside ; words by D. Gross, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

829 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553720; 
Daisy Gross, Philadelphia. 

Cenotaph (The) ; descriptive, by L. 
E. Atkinson [of England] ; piano. 

830 
© Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 15; E 
551724: Lillian E. Atkinson, More- 
cambe, England. 

Chanali ; words by Morris Brooks, 
melody by Abe Schwartz [of U. S.] 

831 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553471; 
Schwartz & Brooks, New York. 

Chanson gaie ; de Victor Staub, arr. 
par H. Mouton [of Belgium] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. 832 

© Dec. 13, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551509; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on orchestra- 
tion] 

Chanson nette; fox trot song, words 
by Dailey Paskman and Sigmund 
Spaeth, music by Rudolf Friml [of 
U. S.] • 833 

© Jan. .18, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; E 
555405 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Chanukkah songster ; containing a 
complete children's musical service 
and other hymns in English and 
Hebrew, by Abraham W. Binder [of 
U. S.] 4to. 834 

© Nov. 10, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; aff. 
Dec. 28; A 693752; Bloch pub. co., 
New York. 

Chapuis (Auguste) Deux pieces; 
par A. Chapuis [of France] ; pour 
hautbois et piano. Contents : 1. Au 
crepuscule. — 2. Dans les champs. 

835 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551554 ; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 



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Chatillon (E.) Andante; sur le 
theme de l'hymne de Saint Joseph, 
par E. Chatillon [of France] ; pour 
violon ou violoncelle et ace. orgue, 
harmonium ou piano. 836 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551567 ; J. C. Vincent, Lyon, 
France. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Cheating ; words and music by Bob 
Rothberg [i. e. R. Rothberg, of U. S.l 

837 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553663; 
Robert Rothberg, New York. 

Chicken (A) ; from Phi-Phi, words by 
Clifford Grey, music by H. Darew- 
ski [of England] [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 838 

© Oct. 24, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1923; E 551794; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Childhood memories ; words and mu- 
sic by E. T. Adams [of U. S.] 839 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553535; 
Earle Thomas Adams, Chicago. 

Choice songs ; no. 1, four songs, music 
by L. L. Pickett [of U. S.] and 
Hal dor Lillenas. 4to. Contents: — 
Hidden ; words by L. L. Pickett. — 
The City o'er the sea ; words by 
Mattie C. Forbush. — May the fire 
fall; words by L L. Pickett— We 
shall join the shouting, by and by ; 
words by L. L. Pickett and Johnson 
Oatman, jr. 840 

© Aug. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Nov. 29 ; aff. 
Dec. 28; A 693743; L L. Pickett, 
Wilmore, Ky. 

Christians awake ; Christmas hymn, 
arr. by Paul Dawson [of U. S.] ; 
piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay State 
music co. (At Christmas time, no. 
5) 841 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 555410; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Christmas ; pageant with songs arr. 
by Henrietta Heron [of U. S.] 8vo. 
Contents : Joy to the world. — Silent 
night, holy night. — Brightest and 
best of the sons of the morning. — 
It came upon the midnight clear. 

842 
© Nov. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 9 ; aff. 
Dec. 7 ; A 690530 ; Standard pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 



Christmas and New Year songs ; 
from Folk songs of many peoples 
v. 1, 2, compiled by Florence H. Bots- 
ford [of U. S.] New York City, 
Woman's press. 4to. 843 

© Dec. 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 7; aff. 
Dec. 12; A 690604; National board 
of the Y. W. C. A. of the U. S. A., 
New York. 

Christmas in art and song ; program 
of Christmas songs, arr. by Edith 
L. Thomas and Albert E. Bailey [of 
U. S.] 4to. 844 

© Nov. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Nov. 27 ; aff. 
Nov. 25; A 689860; C. C. Birchard 
& co., Boston. 

Christmas (A) surprise; cantata, 
words by Elsie Duncan Yale and 
others, music by J. Lincoln Hall and 
others, arr. by C. W. Baker, jr. [of 
U. S.] 8vo. Contents: Luther's 
cradle hymn.— Carolling on. — O lit- 
tle town. — A wondrous w o r d. — 
Come hither, ye faithful. — Joy to 
the world. 845 

© Oct. 17, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
25; A 688391; Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Chromatic rag ; by E. L. Legreid [of 

U. S.], arr. by Ludwig L Carl [of 

U. S.] ; piano. 846 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; E 553746; 

Erwin L. Legreid, Belleville, 111. 

City (The) o'er the sea. See Choice 
songs. 

Clavecin ; poerne de Marie Deletang, 

musique de Claude Pingault [of 

France] 847 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551547; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 

Cleopatra's night ; introduction to 
act 2, by Henry Hadley, arr.. by 
Gordon Balch Nevin [of U. S.] ; 
organ. 848 

© Dec. 5, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555269; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Clip-clap. See Jamaican dances. 

Come along and sing a happy song ; 
from Co-optimists, written by Lad- 
die Cliff, music by Melville Gideon 
[of England] ; in C. [Staff and 
tonic and sol-fa notations] 849 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551751; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 



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865 



Come back old pal; from Carry on, 
words and music by M. W. Plunkett 
[of Canada] 850 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 15; E 
551715; Leo Feist, ltd., Toronto, 
Canada. 

Come hither, ye failthful. See 
Christmas (A) surprise. 

Committee (The) meeting. See Con- 
versations. 

Concert etude; by Homer Grunn [of 

U. S.] ; piano, in D fiat maj. 851 

© Jan. 18, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 19 ; 

E 555318 ; Composers' music corp., 

New York. 

Concertino ; par Paul Vidal [of 
France] ; pour cornet a pistons ou 
trompette chromatique avec ace. de 
piano. 852 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1923; E 551561; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

Concerto no. 1. See Paganini (Nic- 
colo) 

Congdon (The) music reader; no. 3, 
coll. by C H. Congdon and Kate 
Forman [of U. S.] Enlarged ed. 
8vo. 853 

© Sept. 28, 1922: 2 c. Oct. 20; 
aft Dec. 2 ; A 692228 ; Charles Har- 
ris Congdon, New York. 

Conversations ; suite, by Arthur Bliss 
[of England] ; flute, oboe, violin, 
viola and cello. 4to. Contents : 
The committee meeting. — In the 
wood. — In the ball room. — Solilo- 
quy. — In the tube at Oxford circus. 

854 
© June 20. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551772; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

Corn on the cobb ; patter, words and 
music by J. Kay [of U. S.l 855 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553530;, 
Jack Kay, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Cradle song ; poem by William Blake, 
music by Felix White [of England] 

856 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1923; E 551770; Goodwin & Tabb, 
ltd., London. 

Crahss lookin' dog. See Jamaican 
dances. 

Crucifixion ; motet, words by Walther 
v. d. Vogelweide, English version 
by Alice Mattulath, music by Wer- 
ner Josten [of U. S.] ; eight mixed 
voices, with bass solo. (G. S. 8vo. 
choruses, no. 7022) 857 



© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; 
E 555404 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Crystal (The) of love; words by 
Harold S. Cadieux, music by P. J. 
Sillman [of U. S.], arr. by Harry 
French [of U. S.] ; piano with 
words. 858 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553751; 
Philip Joseph Sillman, Detroit. 

Curran (Pearl G.) Nocturne; song 
of love, words and music by P. G. 
Curran [of U. S.] ; high voice. 859 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; 
E 553550; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Dadd's goin' huntin' to-night ; words 
and music by Alex Rogers and Rich- 
ard Myers [of U. S.] 860 
© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; 
E 553523 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Daisy ; words by F. L. Thornton, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 
S.] 861 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923 ; E 553709 ; F. 
L. Thornton, Asbury Park. 

Dancing raindrops ; scherzetto, by 
Julian Kent [pseud, of C. W. Krog- 
man, of U. S.] op. 5, no. 3; pf. 
(Three easy fancies) 862 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; 
E 555150 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Dans les champs. See Chapuis (Au- 
guste) Deux pieces. 

Danse bacchanale ; by Frederick 
Albert Hoschke [of U. S.] op. 22; 
piano. 863 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; 
E 555320; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Darewski gems ; from Phi-Phi, by 
H. Darewski [of England] ; piano. 

864 
© Sept. 21, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1923; E 551797; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Dark (The) shadow (Negra som- 
bra) ; poem by Rosalia De Castro, 
in Gallegan dialect, English ver- 
sion by Kurt Schindler [of U. S.], 
music a ballad of Spanish Galicia, 
by Juan Montes, ed. by K. Schind- 
ler ; low in B flat min. (Songs of 
the Spanish provinces: Galicia, no. 
12) 865 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 
555270; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Dashing Yankee boys ; march, by 

Geo. Rosenkrans [of U. S.] ; band. 

4to. 866 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

555338; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 

Dat possum lag ; words by J. T. Bour- 
quin, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] 867 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553699; 
Jackie Talmadge Bourquin, St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Day by day in every way I'm getting 
better day by day ; words by Wil- 
liam Jerome, music by Jean 
Schwartz [of U. S.] 86S 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; E 
555365 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Day by day in every way, I'm get- 
ting good ; words and music by L. P. 
Fournier [of U. S.] 869 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555298; 
Lillian Poole Fournier, Sault Ste. 
Marie, Mich. 

Daydreams that never come true; 
fox trot song, written by John P. 
Harrington, music by H. Darewski 
[of England] [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 870 

© Oct. 5, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 : 
E 551799 ; Herman Darewski musk- 
pub, co., London. 

Dear, me; trio, words by Hetty O'- 
Haiey, music by Robert Braine [of 
U. S.] op. 6; women's voices. 
(Arthur P. Schmidt's octavo ed., no. 
840) 871 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555090; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Dear old Denver ; words by F. Mc- 
Carthy, music by Josephine Guretz- 
ky Joy [of U. S.] 872 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553665; 
Frank McCarthy, Denver. 

Dear old Ireland, the place where 
I was born ; words by L. Meyer, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.l 
Long Branch, N. J., Keith's music 
pub. house. 873 

© Dec. 12, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1923 ; P: 555180 ; Lillian Meyer, Long 
Branch, N. J. 

Dear old Philly ; words by F. T. 
Cherfer, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S., arr. by Theo. G. Beach, 
of U. S.] . 874 



© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555075; 
Frank Thomas Cherfer, Philadel- 
phia. 

Dearest you're the nearest to my 
heart ; words by Benny Davis, mu- 
sic by Harry Akst [of U. S.] 875 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555098 ; Irving Berlin, inc.', New 
York. 

Debutante (The) ; gavotte, by Frank 
Hilsher [of U. S.] ; piano. 876 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1923 ; E 553592 ; John A. Seidt, Bal- 
timore. 

Delight of the out-of-doors ; words 
and music by Gertrude Ross [of 
U. S.3 ; high voice in B flat. 877 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1923 ; E 553682 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Det er li'e no'et for Lodovika ; tekst 
af Axel Andreasen, musik af Elith 
Worsing [of Denmark] 878 

© Dec. 22, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 551476; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Det var en knippel fin Radise ; fra 
Guldrammen tekst af Aage Steffen- 
sen, musik af Hoick Stilling [of 
Denmark] 879 

© Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1923; E 551787; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Devant une maison blanche. See 
Dimanche basque. 

Dimanche (Un) basque (A Basque 
Sunday) ; pceme en 4 parties, par 
Raoul Laparra [of France] ; reduc- 
tion pour deux pianos. Contents : — 
1. Vers 1'eglise. — 2. Au jeu de 
p e 1 o t e . — 3. Devant une maison 
blanche. — 4. A la fete. 880 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9. 
1923; E 551558; Choudens, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on reduction] 

Dolce sorriso ; waltz, by S. Scariano 
[of U. S.] ; violin. 881 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555335; 
Salvatore Scariano, New York. 

Dolly's cradle song ; by Kate S. Chit- 
tenden [of U. S.] ; piano. New and 
rev. ed. (I)i Synthetic method, by 
Albert Ross Parsons, pt. 1, no. 2) 

882 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; E 
555119 ;Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
and revised edition] 



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900 



Dolly's first waltz ; by Walter Rolfe 
[of U. S.] : piano. (Frolic and fun) 

883 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

555402 ; Hatch music CO., New York. 

Don't do that, Charlie ; words by 

Martin Brandon, music by J. V. 

DeCimber [of U. S.] 884 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923' E 555353; 

J. V. DeCimber, Milwaukee. 

Don't forget to drop a line to 
mother ; words by F. Stein, music 
bv E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

885 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553712; 
Frank Stein, Plattsburg, Calif. 

Don't mess with me ; words and mu- 
sic by Sam Gold [of U. S.] 88G 
© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 23; 
E 553590; F. Wallace Rega, New 
York. 

Don't think you'll be missed ; words 
and music by Charlie Harrison, Joe 
Lyons, and Fred Rose [of U. S.] 887 
© Jan. 11. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 12; E 
555184; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

Double stop syncopation for violin ; 
by Leo Murphy [of U. S.] 888 

© Nov. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
6; A 691743; Isham Jones, Chi- 
cago. 

Down among the sleepy hills of 
Tennessee ; words by Sam M. Lewis 
and Joe Young, music bv Geo. W. 
Meyer [of U. S.] 889 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553666; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Down on the old Dutch farm ; vocal 
- waltz, words and music by Tom 
Mellor and Harry Gifford [of Eng- 
land] [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] 890 
© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1923; E 551810; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Dream days ; from Co-optimists, words 
by Clifford Seyler, music by Melville 
Gideon [of England] 891 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551754; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Dreaming of love and you ; words by 
D. Carlson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 892 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553710; 
Daniel Carlson, Escanaba, Mich. 



Dreaming sweetheart of you ; words 
and music by Delyte Tremayne [i. e. 
M. D. T. O'Kane, of U. S.] 893 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; E 555229; 
Mabel Delyte Tremayne O'Kane, 
Tucson, Ariz. 

Drill him con stab. See Jamaican 
dances. 

Drom. See Sange. 

Du doda ; vid en ung arbeterskas dods- 
badd, tekst af Gustaf Froding og 
Nils-Magnus Folcke, komponerede af 
Eyvind Alnses [of Norway] op. 35, 
no. 3. (In Wilhelm Hansen edition, 
no. 2239: Fire sange, no. 3) 894 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551471; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Duna ; by Josephine McGill, arr. by 
Boosey & co. [of U. S.] ; piano with 
orch. ace. ; in E flat. 4to. 895 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1923; E 553581; Boosey & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on or- 
chestral accompaniment] 

Dus Yidishe lied ; words and melody 
by Nachum Sternheim [of Austria], 
arr. by Sadie Wachtel [of Austria, 
domiciled at Brooklyn] 896 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553750; 
Sadie Wachtel, Brooklyn. 

E Z (Easy) method; for self instruc- 
tion, by Thos. J. Armstrong [of U. 
S.] 4to. 1. How to play the ten.- 
banjo. 2. How to play the mand. 
or mand.-banjo. 897, 898 

© Dec. 9, 1922; 2 c. each. Dec. 
11; aff. Dec. 13; A 693307, 693308; 
William J. Smith music co., inc., 
New York. 

Easter flower ; waltz, by G. Kohl- 
meier [of'U. S.], arr. by Clifton 
Keith [of U. S.] ; piano. Long 
Branch, N. J., Keith's music pub. 
house. 899 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1923; E 555177; Gus Kohlmeier, 
Delaware, Ind. 

Eavesdropper (The) ; or, The little 

Jenny wren, words and music by J. 

B. Rigg [of U. S.] 900 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 

555100 ; J. Burlington Rigg, Chicago. 

Egyptian bridal chorus. See Egyp- 
tian tone poems. 

Egyptian love song. See Egyptian 
tone pcems. 



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Egyptian tone poems ; pianoforte 
cycle, by Frederick Hall [of Austra- 
lia [ (Imperial edition, no. 25S) 
Contents : 1. The call to prayer. — 2. 
Egyptian bridal chorus. — 3. Arabian 
love song. — 4. Song of the stars. — 5. 
Song of the Nile. — 6. Egyptian love 
song. 901 

© Nov. 21, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1923; E 551717; Allan & co. pry. 
ltd., Melbourne, Australia. 

Eloquen's echo yodle ; words by W. 
Wiederhold, melody by Herman Du- 
bois [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] 902 

© 1 c. .Tan. 19, 1923; E 555304; 
William Wiederhold, Carlsbad, Calif. 

Embryo (The) musician; method by 
R. S. Gilbert [of U. S.] ; piano. 903 
©Jan. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
3; A 692676; Russell Snively Gil- 
bert, Orange, N. J. 

En visa till Karin, nar hon hade 
dansat ; ur kung Eriks visor, tekst 
af Gustaf Froding og Nils-Magnus 
Folcke, komponerede af Eyvind 
Alnaes [of Norway] op. 35, no. 1. 
(In Wilhelm Hansen edition no. 
2239; Fire sange, no. 1) 904 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551469; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

En visa till Karin ur fangelset : 
ur kung Eriks visor, tekst af Gus- 
taf Froding og Nils-Magnus Folcke, 
komponerede af Eyvind Alnses [of 
Norway] op. 35, no. 2. (In Wilhelm 
Hansen edition, no. 2239 : Fire sange, 
no. 2) 905 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551470; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Epperson's band and orchestra folio; 
for beginners, by E. G. Epperson [of 
U. S.] ; school orch. and band com- 
binations. Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Stone & co. obi. 24mo. 906 

© Nov. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Nov. 
17; A 689670; Emery G. Epperson, 
Salt Lake City. 

Epperson's violin school; bk. 1, first 
studies and familiar melodies, by 
E. G. Epperson [of U. S.] op. 60, 
no. 1. Salt Lake City, Utah, Stone 
& co. 907 

© Nov. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Nov. 
17; A 693240; Emery G. Epperson, 
Salt Lake City. 



— bk. 2, pt. 1. sharps with melodies, 
by E. G. Epperson [of U. S.] op. 60, 
no. 2. 908 



© N< 



1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Nov 



17; A 689671; Emery G. Epperson, 
Salt Lake City. 

Er du tosset, Carl Johan? tekst af 
Axel Andressen, musik af Elith 
Worsing [of Denmark] 909 

© Dec. 22, 1922 : 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 551474 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Ekif peisach ; words and music by M. 
Rund [of U. S.] 910 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553670; 
Morris Rund, New York. 

Esclots (Les) (Les sabots) ; vieille 
chanson de Haute Auvergne, re- 
cueillie, notee et arrangee par Mario 
Versepuy [of France] ; pour 4 voix 
mixtes avec contrepoint de bourree. 
4to. 911 

© Dec. 14. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551505; Heugel, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on collection, notes 
and arrangement] 

Etape (L') sous la neige; poeme de 
Noel Gamier, musique de Cesar 
Geoff ray [of France] (Heures dou- 
loureuses, no. 1) 912 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 : 
E 551566; J. C. Vincent, Lyon, 
France. 

Evangeline passes ; lines by Long- 
fellow, melody by Herbert Belford 
[of England] 4to. 913 

© June 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551764; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

Evangeliske toner; salmer og sange 
udgivet af den Norske-Danske aars- 
konferanse [of U. S.] New York- 
Cincinnati-Chicago, Methodist book 
concern. 8vo. 914 

© Nov. 15, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
2 ; A 690468 ; H. C. Munson, Chicago. 

Evening song : words by Tyrone King, 

music by C. O. Ellis [of U. S.], arr. 

by Homer Tourjee [of U. S.] 915 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 553652; 

Cecil Osik Ellis, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

Eventide; chorus, words by Max J. 
Herzberg, music by R. A. Laslett 
Smith [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
(G. S. 8vo choruses, no. 7004). 916 
© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
555140 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 



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933 



Evergreen Eve ; fox-trot song, words 
and music by Ennis Parkes [of Eng- 
land] ; in F. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 917 

© Dec. 29, 1922: 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551756; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Every day in every way ! words and 
music by Hal Parker [of Great Brit- 
ain, domiciled at New York] ; piano 
with words. New York, New York 
song and music mart. 4to. 918 

© Jan. 17, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 19 ; E 
555300 ; Henry Parker, New York. 

Every day in every way I'm getting 

better and better ; melody by S. G. 

Kahn [of U. S.] 919 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; E 555243; 

Samuel George Kahn, New York. 

Every night at twilight make a 
wish for me ; words by D. Lingle, 
melody by Herman Dubois [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 920 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 555349; 
Don Lingle, Anna, 111. 

Everybody is somebody's fool; words 

by B. G. Byrd, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] 921 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553717; 

Beatrice G. Byrd, Brooklyn. 

Excelsior ; tune. See Balfe ( Michael 
William) Gerrard six four. 

Fairchild (Blair) Deux chants popu- 
lates persans; tr. frangaise de 
Georges Lemierre, recueillis et har. 
par B. Fairchild [of U. S.] [Textes 
frangaise et persans] Contents : 
1. Kouh beh kouh (Errant par 
la montagne). — 2. To keh az khor- 
dane mey ( O toi qui pour avoir bu 
du vin) 922 

© Dec. 13, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 555138; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on collection 
and harmonization] 

Fairy ( The ) ring ; dance, by Leo 
Oehmler [of U. S.] op. 175, no. 5; 
piano. (Two easy piano pieces, no. 
1) 923 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
555401 ; Hatch music co., New York. 

Fairyland; words and melody by G. 
It. Waterman [of U. S.] 924 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555106; 
Glenn R. Waterman, Los Angeles. 

Faith is the gate of blessing. See 
Precious (The) promise. I 

34896—23 2 g5 



Fallen comrades ; words by E. R, 
Goulding, music by Harmonica 
[pseud, of M. K. L. Pirkis, of Eng- 
land, domiciled at Brookline, Mass.] 

925 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555303; 
Marguerite Katherine Lyne Pirkis, 
Brookline, Mass. 

Fantasie-ballade ; by Rh£a Silberta 

[of U. S.] op. 6, no. 1; piano. 926 

© Jan. 16. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 

555324 ; Composers' music corp., New 

York. 

Farewell to Gairloch ; words by 
Gramin, music by J. Scott Skinner 
[of Great Britain], arr. by Alfred 
Moffat [of Great Britain] [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] 927 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923 : E 551712 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Fascisti (I) ; mazurka, by Matteo 
Belli [of U. S.] ; violin. 928 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553740; 
Ernesto Rossi, New York. 

Festival Jubilate Deo in D ; chorus, 
text Biblical, music by Joseph 
Fletcher [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. 929 

© Jan. 25, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 : E 
553602; Wm. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 

Fetter lazer ; words and music by F. 
Reich [of Russia, domiciled at New 
York], arr. by Rabinovitz [of Eng- 
land, domiciled at New York] 930 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 555367; 
Fannie Reich, New York. 

Finale. See St. Paul's suite. - 

Fire fairies ; -words and music by L. 
, Royce [of U. S.] 931 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555369; 
Lucie Royce, Spokane. 

Fire, fire, fire. See Quaint songs for 
little voices. 

First (The) waltz belongs to me; 
words by Billy Curtis, music by J. 
Russel Robinson [of U. S.] 932 
© Jan. 11, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 12 ; E 
555185; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

Flamie ; lamie, lonesome for you, 

words and music by O. Vanning [of 

U. S.] 933 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555317; 

Ora Vanning, Graham, Tex. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. IS 



Flower (A) qhobtjs; unison sons:, 
words by Ralph W. Emerson, music 
by Percy E. Fletcher [of England] 
4to. ( School music review, Jan. 
1923) [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] 934 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 19; E 
551789 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Folk songs of many peoples ; with 
English versions by American poets, 
compiled and ed. by Florence Hud- 
son Eotsford [of U. S.] v. 2. New 
York. Womans press. 4to. 935 

© Dec. 20. 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
2. 1923; A (390926; National hoard 
of the Young Women's Christian 
assn. of the United States of Ameri- 
ca, New York. 

Foe you ; four-part song, words by 
Kate Thyson Marr. music by Addi- 
son F. Andrews [of U. S.], arr. by 
Lucien G. Chaffin [of U. S.] ; 
women's voices. 4to. 936 

© Jan. 3, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 15; E 
555268 : Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

FOTJBODING INTROs, AND HURRIED SUS- 
PENSE; arr. by Roger Casini [of U. 
S.] : piano, orch. and organ. (Inci- 
dental symphonies, no. 13) 937 
© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
.155421 : Photo play music co.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Ford (The) ; words and music by H. 

R. Gregg [of U, S.] 938 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22: E 

555340; H. R. Gregg, Colorado 

'Springs, Col. 

Forever ; lyric by Hal Billings, music 

by Henry R. Cohen [of U. S.] 939 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8: E 

555099; Irving Berlin, inc.. New 

York. 

Fountain (The) ; part-song, words by 
Jpmes Russell Lowell, music by 
Charles Sanford Skilton [of U. S.] ; 
women's voices. (Arthur P. Schmidt's 
octavo ed., no, 852) 940 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8: E 
555089 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Friendly (The) man; encore song, 
[words anon.], music by Henry 
Sachs [of U. S.] 941 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 12; 
E 555217 ; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 



Frolic in the hayloft; by Kate S. 
Chittenden [of U. S.] ; piano, new 
and rev. ed. (In Synthetic method, 
by Albert Ross Parsons, pt. 1. no. 7") 

942 

© Jan. S, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 10: E 

555121: Sc^rceder & Gunt^er, New 

Y T ork. [Copyright is claimed on new 

and revised edition] 

From the far East ; six pictures, by 
George Tompkins [of U. S.] ; pf. 
Contents : Prelude. — Invocation to 
Allah. — Ghawazi danse. — Ouled 
Nail. — Lover's lament. — Street mu- 
sic. 943 
© Dec. 2. 1922 : 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
14; A 693323; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

From the very beginning ; coll. for 
beginners, music and verses by Phyl- 
lis Lucy Keyes [of U. S.] ; piano 
with words, obi. Svo. 944 

© Nov. 25, 1922: 2 c. Nov. 28; 
aff. Nov. 27; A 691573; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. 

Fugues a 4 parties ; des eleves ayant 
remporte le premier prix aux con- 
cours de fugue, annees 1920-1922, 
par divers auteurs [of France] 4to. 

945 
© Dec. 14. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551515 ; Heugel. Paris. 

Gavotte. See Gluck (Christoph Wilt- 
bald von) 

Gee ! but it's tough when you're 
lonely, for someone who can't 
care for you ; words by Leslie J. 
Spiller, music by Harry McMann 
[of U. S.] 946 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
553526; McMann, Spiller & Ferris, 
Boston. 

Gegen a weib ken men kein chuchem 
nit sein ; kuplet a weib, words and 
music by A. Lebedeff [of Russia, 
domiciled at New York] t 947 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555361; 
Aaron Lebedeff, New York. 

Gentle Jesus, from above ; sacred 
song for children, words by S. B. 
Martin, music by John Bertram [of 
England] ; organ ace. 4to. 948 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 551719; Bertram Chevalier, 
Amersham, 'England. 



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964 



Geranium waltz ; by Geo. Muder [of 
U. S.] ; guit. Nicomede ed. Ah 
toona, Pa., Lustroil co. 949 

© Dec. 24, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1923; E 555063; Joe Nicomede, Al- 
toona, Pa. 

Gekrakd six four. See Balfe (Michael 
William) 

Ghawazi danse. See From the far 
East. 

Gibson reel ; by J. Gibson [of Can- 
ada], arr. by Jules Brazil [of Can- 
ada] ; instrumental. 950 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 551362; 
John Gibson, Cataract, Canada. 

Gift (A) from the Father. See 
Precious (The) promise. 

Girl ( The ) from the U. S. A. ; words 
by E. Love, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. [of U. S., arr. by Theo. G. Beach, 
of U. S.] 951 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; E 555074 ; 
Edith Love, Chicago. 

Girl (The) I can't forget; words by 
M. F. Gomes, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. [of U. S., arr. by Theo. G. Beach, 
of U. S.] 952 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555077; 
M. F. Gomes, Oakland, Calif. 

Girlie ; words by R. E. Frisbie, music 
by Mildred S. Baker [of U. S.] 

953 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10. 
1923; E 555173; Ralph E. Frisbie, 
Scranton, Pa. 

Gloria ; no. 2, easy anthems, ed. by 
J. Lincoln Hall [of U. S.] 4to. 954 
© Nov. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Nov. 
27 ; A 691545 ; Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Glijck (Christoph Wilibald von) 
Gavotte ; from Iphigenia in Aulis by 
Gluck, trans, by Arthur Hartmann 
[of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 955 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. -11; 
E 555143; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

God bless our home. See Homesick 
tunes. 

Gon bless you ; words by Kathleen 

Stuart, music by Stanley Dickson 

[of Great Britain] ; in C. 956 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 15; E 

551714 ; Enoch & sons, London. 



God, grant us repose ; sacred song, 
words by C. S. M., music by Flor- 
ence Turner-Maley [of U. S.] 1. 
Medium voice, in F.— 2. Medium 
low voice, in D. 957 

© Dec. 28. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555273; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

God rest you merry gentlemen. See 
Birchard (C. C.) & co. Five Christ- 
mas songs. 

Goin' home; from the largo of the 
symphony From the New world, 
words and adaptation by William 
Arms Fisher [of U. S.], music by 
Anton Dvorak, op. 95; piano or or- 
gan ace. 1. Men's voices. — 2. Mixed 
voices. 958, 959 

© Dec. 7, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 15, 
1923 ; E 555261, 555262 ; Oliver Dit- 
son co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Good-bye but not forever ; lyric by 
Geo. Graff, jr., music by Alfred Sol- 
man [of U. S.] ; high in E flat. 960 
© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; E 
555137 ; Ager. Yeilen & Born stein, 
inc., New York. 

GOSPDL SONG PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT ; 

home study correspondence course, 
by R. Harkness [of Australia, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles, Calif.] Study 
no. 15, lessons 41-44. 961 

© Aug. 11, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
7 ; A 691794 ; Robert Harkness, Los 
Angeles. 

Gott mine hitter ; words and music 
by F. Reich [of Russia, domiciled at 
New Y r ork]< arr. by Rabinovitz [of 
England, domiciled at New York] 

962 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; E 555366; 
Fannie Reich, New York. 

Grace ; hymn tune, by S. E. Martin 
[of U. S.l, arr. by E. A. Price [of 
U. S.] ; piano. 4to. 963 

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
553636; Samuel E. Martin, Brook- 
lyn. 

Grace, you're the ace of them all ; 
words by Doc. Hunsbedt, music by 
Billy Baskette [of U. S.] 964 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; 
E 555219; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 



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965 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Graduation ; march and one step, by 
Maurice Baron [of France] ; piano. 

965 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; E 
555357 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Grandma ; encore song, words and mu- 
sic by Henry Sachs [of U. S.] 966 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 12; 
E 555216; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 

Grandmother. See Little Red Riding 
Hood. 

Grasshopper (The) and the butter- 
fly; by Renee Miles [of U. S.] ; 
piano. 967 

© Dec. 7, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 15. 1923 ; 
E 555276 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Green-hooded Maiden of the hills ; 
words by Wendell Phillips Stafford, 
music by G. M. Lewis [of U. S.] 968 
© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 
553630 ; Grace Moulton Lewis, Mont- 
pelier, Vt. 

Grusenian song ; by Sergei Rachmani- 
noff, trans, by Gottfried H Feder- 
lein [of U. S.] ; organ. (Recital 
series of organ transcriptions, second 
series, no. 37) 969 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11: E 
555149 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Guest (The) of Bethlehem; Christ- 
mas cantata, words by Lizzie De Ar- 
mond, music by Adam Geibel [of 
U. S.] 8vo. 970 

© Oct. 13, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
25; A 688389; Adam Geibel music 
co., Philadelphia. 

Hadley ( Henry ) Intermezzo ; from 
Cleopatra's night, by H. Hadley, arr. 
by Gordon Balch Nevin [of U. S.] ; 
organ. 971 

© Dec. 5, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1923 ; 
E 555267 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

PIandel (Georg Friedrich) Joy to 
the world. See Birchard (C. C.) & 
co. Five Christmas songs. — Christ- 
mas (A) surprise. 

Haitian lullabye ; words by J. Pel- 

leschi, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] 972 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923 ; E 553696 ; 

Joseph Pelleschi. Santiago, D. R. 



Hallelujah ; evening hymn, by Henry 
Purcell. ed. by Clarence Dickinson 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
4to. (Sacred choruses, no. 99) 973 
© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
555285; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing] 

Hallo ! me honey. See Jamaican 
dances. 

nnnK n23?sn (Hamchabe es haner) 
See H2ttn N'TNI (Rozo deshabos) 

Hanson (Howard) Three miniatures ; 
by H. Hanson [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Contents : — 1. Reminiscence. — 2. Lul- 
laby. — 3. Longing. 974 
© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; 
E 555319; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Hare (The) See Bliss (Arthur) 
Three romantic songs. 

Hark! hark, my soul! words by F. 
W. Faber, music by Oley Speaks [of 
U. S.] ; high voice. 975 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
555147 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Hark ! hark ! the lark. See Schubert 
(Franz Peter) 

Hark ! the herald angels sing. See 
Birchard ( C. C. ) & co. Five Christ- 
mas songs. 

Harmony blues ; words and music by 
Dewey D. Prater [of U. S.] 976 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; E 
555224; Arthur bros., Detroit. 

Hay (The) sings; tr. from the Rou- 
manian of Carmen Sylva by Alma 
Strettel, melody by Herbert Bedford 
[of England] 4to. 977 

© June 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551761; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

He lives again ; Easter anthem, text 
Biblical, music by Joseph Fletcher 
[of U. S.] 1. Mixed voices. 4to. 2. 
Duet, sop. and alto. 978, 979 

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 
25; E 553604; 553605; Wm. A. 
Pond & co., New York. 

Hear Duppy talk. See Jamaican 
dances. 

Hear Thou our prayer ; anthem, by 
William Lester [of U. S.] op. 5, no. 
4 ; sop. or ten. solo and chorus of 
mixed voices. ( Summy's octavo edi- 
tions, sacred series, no. 1271) 980 



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998 



© Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan ; 22 ; E 
555422 ; Clayton F. Summy co., Chi- 
cago. 

Heart aching blues ; words and 

melody by L. Austin [of U. S.] ; in 

E flat. 981 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553539; 

Lovie Austin, Chicago. 

Heart-broken blues ; words by T. Van 
de Kriek, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 982 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553698: 
Thomas Van De Kriek, San Diego, 
Calif. 

Heaven at the end of the road ; down 
to Garryowen, words by Gordon 
Johnstone, music by H. O. Osgood, 
arr. by Howard Barlow [of U. S.] ; 
male voices. 4to. 983 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 9; E 
• 555112 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 

Hello cutie, how's my beauty; fox 
trot, words and melody by L. Mar- 
tin [of U. S.] 984 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555353; 
Louis Martin, New York. 

Hello dearie, hello : words by 
George Bowles, music by Lucien 
Denni [of U. S.] 985 

© 1 c. Jan. 15. 1923 ; E 555231 ; 
J. W. Jenkins sons music co., Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Hello Paddy ; words by Herman Ruby, 
music by Joseph Meyer [of U. S.] 

986 
© Jan. 26, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
553634; Stark & Cowan, inc., New 
York. 

Her Jerry; words and melody by J. 
B. Wells [of U. S.] 987 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553744; 
Jerome B. Wells, Louisville. 

Hidden. See Choice songs. 

High school choruses for special oc- 
c a sions ; selected and arr. by George 
a. Gartlan and Joseph P. Donnellv 
[of U. S.] 8vo. 988 

© Apr. 15, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 28; 
Dec. 29; A 690772; Hinds, Hayden 
& Eldredge, inc., New York. 

High school songs for every occa- 
sion ; selected and arr. by George 
H. Gartlan and Joseph P. Donnelly 
[of U. S.] 4to. 1. Complete ed. 
2. Students ed., vocal pts. only. 

989, 990 



© Apr. 15, 1922; 2 c. each Dec. 
28 ; Dec. 29 ; A 690773 ; 690774 ; 
Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, inc., 
New York. 

Himlen ; text af Kaj Hoffmann, musik 
af Ad. Riis-Magnussen [of Den- 
mark] op. 9, nr. 1. (Foraar, nr. 1) 

991 
© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551467 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Hinsides. See Sange. 

His girl ; valse, from His girl, arr. on 
melodies of Ernest Longstaffe, 
Claude E. Burton and Max Dare- 
wski, by Henry E. Pether [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. 992 
© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551745; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Homesick tunes ; music by Rupert 
Hughes [of U. S.] Contents :— A 
many a time; words by Joseph I. 
C. Clarke ; high voice. — God bless 
our home : words by Rubert Hughes ; 
low voice. — Little chimneys ; words 
by W. A. McKenzie ; low voice. 993 
© Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; E 
553546 ; G. Schirmer, inc. New York. 

Honeymoon jazz blues ; melody by 
S. Becker [of U. S.] 994 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; E 555244; 
Samuel Becker, Minneapolis. 

Honolulu honey-moon ; by R. Doll 
[of U. S.] ; melody with piano ace. 

995 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 553638; 

Raymond Doll, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Hopi Indian snake dance ; an invoca- 
tion for rain, words and music by 
R. E. Smith [of U. S.] 996 

(c) 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923: E 553594; 
Robert Elmer Smith, Visalia, Calif. 

Hoschke (Frederick Albert) Etude; 
by F. A. Hoschke [of U. S.] op. 2; 
piano, in G major. 997 

© Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
555288 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

How I long to be home ; words by 
J. P. Pippitt, music by Mrs. J. P. 
Pippitt [of U. S.] 998 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555347; 
Mr. & Mrs. James Paul Pippitt, 
Kansas City, Mo. 



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090 



pt. in, n. s., v. IS 



How proud I'll be ; words by B. Da- 
vis, music by Harry Akst [of U. S.] 

009 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1023; E 553475; 
Irving Berlin, inc.. New York. 

Hundred (The) pipers; chorus, words 
by Lady Nairne. Scottish music, 
arr. by Arthur Whiting [of U. S.] ; 
men's voices, pf. ace, 4 hands. (G. 
S. Svo. choruses, no. 7003) 1000 

© Jan. 8, 1023; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
555141 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Hunting song ; by A. Ehmant, new 
and rev. ed. by Kate S. Chittenden 
[of U. S.] ; pf. (In Synthetic meth- 
od, by Albert Ross Parsons, pt. 1, 
no. 2 a ) 1001 

© Jan. 8, 1023; 2 c. Jan. 10; E 
555118 ; Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
and revised edition] 

Hymnal for the Sunday school; 
compiled and ed. by E. C. Cronk 
[of U. S.]. Ninth ed. rev. 8vo. 

1002 
© Oct. 24. 1922; 2 c. Dec. 4: aff. 
Dec. 5 ; A 690486 ; Board of publica- 
tion of the United Lutheran church 
in America, Philadelphia. [Copy- 
right is claimed on new matter] 

I AM COMING BACK TO YOU, DEARIE ; 

words by M. Tritt, melody by Her- 
man Dubois [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, 
of U. S.] 1003 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555311; 
Mildred Tritt, Albuquerque, N. M. 

I DEN STORE FATTIGE KASERNE ; tekst 

af Alex Andreasen, musik af Elith 
Worsing [of Denmark] 1004 

© Dec. 22, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923 ; 
E 551475; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

I FIND 'EM, FOOL 'EM, FONDLE AND FOR- 
GET 'em ; words by Alex. Gerber, 
music by Jean. Schwartz [of U. S.l 

1005 
© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; E 555218; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

I HEARD THE VOICE OF JESUS SAY; 

words nnd music bv R. E. Smith 

[of U. S.] 1006 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; E 553595; 

Robert Elmer Smith, Yisalia, Calif. 



I LEFT MY HEART WITHIN Y'U, MY 

Virginia ; words by Mitchell Parish, 
music by Eleanor Young and Harry 
D. Squires [of U. S.] 1007 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 
553659 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

I'll be there at nine o'clock ; words 
by E. O. Smith, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] 1008 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553716; 
Elmer O. Smith, Penawawa, Wash- 
ington. 

I'll keep loving you ; words by Hu- 
bert H. Robinson, music by G. D. 
Martin [of U. S.] 1009 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; E 555222; 
George Dewey Martin, Hartford. 

I'll sail away to Erin ; Irish ballad, 

words by Mary E. Carpenter, music 

by M. Browning [of U. S.] 1010 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553667; 

Mortimer Browning, New York. 

I'll show you how ; words by W. T. 

Doe, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] 1011 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553694; 

Warren T. Doe, Palo Alto, Calif. 

I love you ; words and music by C. H. 

B. Shepherd [of U. S.], arr. by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 1012 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553674; 

C. H. B. Shepherd, New York. 

I love you old Erin ; words by T. 
Dooner, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] 1013 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553728; 
Thos. Dooner, Wynantskill, N. Y. 

I'm a lone man ; words by John F. 
Lambe, music by Elsie April [of 
England] [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 1014 

© Dec. 7, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; 
E 551804; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

I'm a wand'rin' ; old slave song, words 
and music by Samuel Richards 
Gaines [of U. S.] 1. Four-part song 
for women's voices. 4to. (Secular 
part-songs no. 7648) — 2. Low voice, 
in C. 1015,1016 

© Dec. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 31, 
1923; E 553680, 553681; White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston. 



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103-1 



I'm feeling blue for mammy Lou ; 
fox trot ballad, words by Henry 
Creamer, music by Lew Pollack [of 
U. S.] 1017 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
553633; M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. 

I'm going; back to the old folks at 
home, vocal one step, words and 
music by Cliff Clegg and Billy Ed- 
wards [of Australia] 1018 
© Nov. 2, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923 ; 
E 551716 ; Allan & co., pty. ltd.. Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

I'm going home tonight to the dear 
old Soo ; words and music by L. P. 
Fournier [of U. S.] 1019 

©1-c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553675; 
Lillian Poole Fournier, Saulte Ste. 
Marie, Mich. 

I'm gonna steal somebody else's baby, 
'cause somebody else stole mine ; 
words by Benny Davis, music by 
Seymour B. Simons [of TJ. S.] 1020 
© Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
55S54S; Jerome H. Remick & co.. 
New York. 

I'm just living in dreams; words 

and melody by Ben Witt [pseud, of 

B. Witkowitz, of U. S.] 1021 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553672; 

Benjamin Witkowitz, Brooklyn. 

I'm thinking of you ; words and mu- 
sic by C. Anderson [of U. S.] 1022 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553729; 
Clifford Anderson, Souris, N. D. 

I need Thy grace ; words by A. F. 
Rose, music by Robert A. Foss [of 
U. S.] Boston. C. W T . Thompson & 
co. 1023 

© Jan. 22. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; E' 
553599; Alwyn F. Ro;-e, Boston. 

I've got some wayward love, for a 
wayward man ; or, Ti-lo, words and 
melody by Shepard N. Edmonds [of 
U. S.] 1024 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553741; 
Lucie H. Edmonds, New York. 

I've got the blues for my mammy ; 
words and melody by Clifford Hayes 
[i. e. C. G. W. Hayes, of U. S.] 

1025 
. © I.e. Jan. 22, 1923; E 553651; 
Clifford George Washington Hayes, 
Louisville. 



I've got those meditation blues ; fox 

trot, words and music by F. N. 

King [of U. S.] 1026 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553532; 

F. Nib King, Henderson, Ky. 

I want a man ; words by H. L. Wil- 
liams, melody by Harry Hoffman 
[of U. S.] 1027 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553745; 
Harry Lewis Williams, Pittsburgh. 

I WISH I HAD A PAL LIKE YOU ; WOl'dS 

and music by Dave Elman [pseud, 
of D. Kop-Elman, of U. S.], arr. by 
William Cosgrove [of U. S.] 1028 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555105; 
David Kop-Elman, Fargo, N. D. 

If any little word of ours ; part- 
song, words anon., music by L. Cami- 
lieri [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Part-songs for mixed voices, new 
series, no. 2) 1029 

© Dec. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555265; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

IF I HAD A MAN LIKE VALENTINO | fox 

trot, words by Tom Rehan. music 
by Chas. A. Whalen [of U. S.] 1030 
© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
553684; Acme music pub co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

In a way I'm sorry, in a way I'm 
glad ; words and music by Chas. 
and Harry Tobias and Geo. J. Ben- 
nett [of U. S.] 1031 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; E 555333 ; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

In grandmother's garden ; operetta, 
libretto by Alfred H. Upham, mu- 
sic by Joseph W. Clokey [of U. S.] 
4to. * 1032 

© Dec. 9, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 14 ; aff. 
Dec. 30; A 690863; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. 

In happy land ; waltz, by Julian 
Kent [pseud, of C. W. Krogman, of 
U. S.] op. 5, no. 1; piano. (Three 
easy fancies) 1033 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
555152 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

In home sweet home ; words by E. 
Kaufer. music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. 1034 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555072; Ethel Kaufer, New York. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



In memoriam ; by Lodewyk Mortel- 
mans [of Belgium] ; piano. (Three 
elegies, no. 1) 1035 

© Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
555287 ; Composer's music corp., 
New York. 

In olden days ; words and melody by 

L. P. Barstow [of U. S.] 1036 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 553643; 

Lydia P. Barstow, New York. 
In the ball room. See Conversations. 

In the dlooming time : words and 
melody by J. J. Molitoris [of U. S.l 

1037 

© 1 c. Jan. 27. 1923; E 553637; 

John J. Molitoris, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

In the land of the bungalow ; words 

and music by G. F. Devereaux [of 

U. S.] ; piano with words. 1038 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553610; 

George F. Devereaux, Los Angeles. 

In the land of yesterday ; waltz 
ballad, words by Tom Rehan, music 
by Charles A. Whalen [of U. S.] 

1039 
© Jan. 15, 1923 : 2 c. Jan. 31 ; E 
553685 ; Acme music pub. co., Provi- 
dence. R. I. 

In the old rocking chair; words and 
music by H. L. Dart [of U. S.], arr. 
by Nellie Grandin Martin [of U. 
S.l : with violin obbl. 1040 

© 1 c. Dec. 7, 1922; E 555332; 
Harriet Lee Dart, Lansing. Mich. 

In the row-boat ; by P. A. Schnecker, 
arr. by T. H. Rollinson [of U. S.] ; 
orch. with piano. (Ditson easy edi- 
tion, no. 11) 1041 
© Jan. 10, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
5535S5 ; Oliver Ditson co.. Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

In the tube at Oxford circus. See 
Conversations. 

In the twilight; melodv by J. S. 
Zamecnik [of U. S.] 1042 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555336; 
Sam Fox pub. co., CleveLand. 

In the wood. See Conversations. 

Indian : by Frederick Albert Hoschke 
I of U. S. 1 op. 21, no. 1 ; piano. 

1043 
© Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
555290 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 



Inno a Mussolini ; versi di Ausonio 
Bruzio, musica di Anomari Onomari 
[of Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn, N. 
Y. ; mand. ace] 1044 

© Jan. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; E 
553668 ; Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Intermezzo. See St. Paul's suite. 

Introduction et choeur des malades. 
See Isabelle et Pantalon. 

Invocation to Allah. See From the 
far East. 

Ireland free state ; march song, 

words by J. J. Murnagh, music by 

Rosario Pellegrino [of U. S.] 1045 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553713; 

James J. Murnagh, New York. 

Isabelle et Pantalon ; opera-bouffe 
en deux actes, paroles de Max Jacob, 
musique de Roland-Manuel [of 
France] 4to. 1. Choeurs hommes. — 
2. Choeurs femmes. 1046, 1047 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. each Jan. 9, 
1923; E 551511, 551541; Heugel, 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
acte 1. Introduction' et choeur des 
malades] 

It came upon the midnight clear. 
See Christmas. 

It pays ; words by J. Beasley, melody 

by Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 

Fisher, of U. S.] 104S 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555310; 

Jessamine Beasley, Clintonville, Ky. 

It's a jazz age. Bill ; words by D. 
Carlson, melody by Herman Dubois 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

1049 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555312; 
Daniel Carlson, Escanaba, Mich. 

It's the twilight hour ; words by L. 

A. Frigheit, music by R. Brown [of 

U. S.] 1050 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553723; 

Lucy A. Frigheit, Le Roy, N. Y. 

Jantblig. See Alnses (Eyvind) 4 
viirmlandska latar. 

Jamaican dances ; coll. for the young 
by Josef Holbrooke [of England] op. 
85; pf. (Cover title; Jamaica) Con- 
tents: set 1. 1. Where's my lover? — 
2. Hear Duppy talk. — 3. Ring a dia- 
mond. — 4. On the carpet. — 5. Oh ! 
Palmer Oh !— 6. Baby.— set. 2. 1. 
Ring dance. — 2. Peggy dance. — 3. 
Teacher Bailey. — 4. Rosy-bell-o ! — 5. 
Little Sally Water.— 6. Drill him 
constab. — set 3. 1. Poor little Zed. 



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1067 



dy .— 2. Clip-clap.— 3. Timber lay.— 4. 
Rub 'irn down Joe. — 5. Hallo! me 
honey. — 6. Jump, shamador. — set 4. 
1. Crahss lookin' dog. — 2. Marty go 
home. — 3. Bah-lim-bo. — 4. All me 
money. — 5. Jimmy Rampy. — 6. 
Koromante dance. 1051-1054 

© June 7, 1922 ; 1 c. each Jan. 2, 
1923; E 551773-551776; Goodwin & 
Tabb, ltd., London. 

Jasmine time; words by Irene Varley, 
music by I. C. Rodgers [of U. S.] 

1055 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553737; 
Irene Chealy Rodgers, Seattle. 

JEG VED. HVOR HAN ER HENNE, NAAR 

han ikke er hos mig ; f ra Guldram- 
men, tekst af Aage Steffensen, 
musik af Hoick Stilling [of Den- 
mark] 1056 
©'Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1923; E 551788; Wilheim Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Jests, ever good and strong; sacred 
hymn for children, words by S. B. 
Martin, music by Howard Cole [of 
England] ; organ ace. 4to. 1057 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1923 ; E 551721 ; Bertram Chevalier, 
Amersham. England. 

Jesus, friend of children, hear me ; 
a hymn for children, words by S. B. 
Martin, music by Leonard Hudson 
[of England] op. 12, no. 1. 4to. 

1058 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1923 : E 551720 ; Bertram Chevalier, 
Amersham, England. 

Jesus, lover of all children ; sacred 
■ hymn for children, words by S. B. 
Martin, music by Howard Cole [of 
England] ; organ ace. 4to. 1059 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1 923 : E 551722 ; Bertram Chevalier, 
Amersham, England. 

Jig. See St. Paul's suite. 

Jimmy Rampy. See Jamaican dances. 

Jorgensen (Axel) Suite; af A. Jor- 
gensen [of Denmark] op. 22 ; trom- 
bone avec piano. (Wilheim Hansen 
edition, no. 2238) Contents: 1. 
Triomphale. — 2. Menuet giocoso. — 3. 
Ballade et polonaise. 1060 

© Dec. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1923; E 551785; Wilheim Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 



John Blunt ; musical monologue, 
written by Leonard Pounds, music 
by Charles J. Winter [of England] 
(Monologues, no. 14) 1061 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1923; E 551792; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Jolly jinks song book ; words by 
Leroy F. Jackson, set to music by 
Edith Lobdell Reed [of U. S.] obi. 
16mo. (Fischer edition, no. 5186) 

1062 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555223; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Joy^ to the world. See Christmas. — 
Birchard (C. C.) & co. Five Christ- 
mas songs. 

Jump, shamador. See Jamaican 
dances. 

Junior (The) illustrated piano 
Method: compiled by G. Molineux 
[of U. S.] pt. 1. 1063 

© Oct. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Nov. 
16 ; A 691340 ; Geo. Molineux, Ridge- 
field Park, N. J. [Copyright is 
claimed on simplified version by J. 
W. Lerman, of Verdi's Tempest of 
the heart] 

Jus' strummin'. See Southern 
sketches. 

Just a whisper of love : words by 
Mrs. W. W. King, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. 1064 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555071; Mrs. W. W. King, New Or- 
leans. 

Just a word from across the deep ; 
words and melody by Delyte Tre- 
mayne [i. e. M. D. T. O'Kane, of 
U. S.] 1065 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; E 555228; 
Mabel Delyte Tremayne O'Kane, 
Tucson, Ariz. 

Just for remembrance, bring me a 
red, red rose ; poem by Mitchell 
Parish, melody by Eleanor Young 
and Harry D. Squires [of U. S.] ; 
med. voice in F. 1066 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; 
E 553654; Joe Morris music co., 
New York. 

Just think of me ; words by L. L. 

Bailey, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] 1067 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553722; 

Lillian L. Bailey, Lousville. 



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pt. in, n. 



Just waiting for the eight gitl ; 
words and music by R. G. Doege [ of 
U. S.] f arr. by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] 1088 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553707; 
R. G. Doege, Salem, Or. 

Just your old boyish smile of long 
ago ; words by Hope D. Kingsley, 
music by Stanley F. Widener [of 
U. S.] 1069 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; 
E 553655 ; Pacific Coast pub. & dis- 
tributing co., Los Angeles. 

Ka' de hore hvad jeg si 'er? fra Gul- 
drammen, tekst af Aage Steffensen, 
musik af Kaj Eckhausen [of Den- 
mark] 1070 
© Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1923; E 551786; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Kentucky moon ; waltz song, words 
and melody by W. C. Thomas [of 
II. S;], arr. by Anson C. Jacobs [of 
U. S.] 1071 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; E 555248; 
Thomas & Thomas, Franklin, Pa. 

Kirseb.ertr.eerne ; text af Kaj Hoff- 
mann, musik af Ad. Riis-Magnussen 
[of Denmark] op. 9, nr. 2. (Foraar, 
nr. 2) 1072 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
551468; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

K0BENHAVNER VAGTPARADE | mai'SCll-ill- 

termezzo, af Henrik Clausen [of 
Denmark] ; piano. 1073 

© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 551480; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Koromante dance. See Jamaican 
dances. 

Kouh beh kouh. See Fairchild 
(Blair) Deux chants populaires 
persans. 

Kung Liljekonvalje. See Alnses 
(Eyvind) 4 varmlandska hitar. 

Lament for Owen Roe O'Neill; 
chorus, Irish song, arr. by Arthur 
Whiting [of U. S.] ; men's voices, pf. 
ace, 4 hands. (G. S. 8vo choruses, 
no. 7002) - 1074 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
555139 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



Land (The) of the might have been ; 
words by H. Seegar, music by E. 
Beecroft [of U. S.], arr. by Ray Mus- 
zar [of U. S.] 1075 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553477; 
Edith e Beecroft and Hannah See- 
gar, Indianapolis. 

Lassen (The) volcanic national 

park ; words and music by Samuel 

B. Field [of U. S.] 1076 

© 1 c. Feb 1, 1923; E 553704; 

Samuel Field, Oakland, Calif. 

Last (The) farewell; waltz song, 
words and music by N. Draege [of 
Canada] 1077 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1923 ; 
E 553466 ; Nels Draege, Manyberries, 
Canada. 

Last (The) of the leaves on the 
bough ; tr. from a Roumanian poem 
of Carmen Sylva, by Alma Strettel, 
melody by Herbert Bedford [of Eng- 
land] 4to. 1078 
© June 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551758; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

League (The) of women voters; 
words and music by Mrs. D. P. 
Owens, [i. e., F. K. Owens, of U. S.] 

1079 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555103; 

Florence K. Owens, Lake Worth, Fla. 

Lecons d'harmonie ; des eleves ayant 
remporte le premier prix aux con- 
cours des classes d'harmonie, annees 
1920-1922, par divers auteurs [of 
France] 4to. 1080 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551516; Heugel, Paris. 

Lento. See Marr (Joseph) Four in- 
cidentals. 

Lessons on time; including syncopa- 
tion, by W. M. Eby (of U. S.] ; piano, 
Buffalo, N. Y., Virtuoso school. 1081 
© Dec. 6, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
13; A 693278; W. M. Eby, Buffalo. 

Let's stroll down the lane, Marie ; 
waltz song, words and music by L. 
P. Fournier [of U. S.] 1082 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555295; 
Lillian Poole Fournier, Sault Ste. 
Marie, Mich. 

Let them fight ; words and melody 

by J. Kendis [of U. S.], arr. by Hal 

Dyson [of U. S.] 1083 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 553647; 

James Kendis. Jamaica, N. Y. 



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1099 



Lift up your voice. See Precious 
(The) promise. 

Like- as the hart desireth the 
waterbrooks ; antbem, words from 
Psalm XLII, music by Geo. F. 
Hamer [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 

1084 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 15. 1923 ; 

E 555259 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Listening-in ; selection from the mu- 
sical piny, arr. by Herman Darew- 
ski [of England] ; piano. 1085 

© Sept. 25, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 18. 
1923; E 551813; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Liten (En) lat om varen. See Al- 
nses (Eyvind) 4 varmliindska latar. 

Little (A) baby over there. See 
Precious (The) promise. 

Little (The) book of Bach chorales. 
See Bach (Johann Sebastian.) 

Little (The) boy, Love: XVIIIth cen- 
tury verse with melody by Herbert 
Bedford [of England] 4to. 1086 

© June 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551759; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 



Little chimneys. 
tunes. 



See Homesick 



Little dream girl ; words by D. Carl- 
son, melody by Herman Dubois 
Tpseud. of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

1087 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923: E 555313; 
Daniel Carlson, Escanaba, Mich. 

Little flower garden ; caprice, by 
Joseph Carl Breil [of U. S.] ; piano. 

1088 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; E 
555358 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Little (A) gentleman : words and 
music by Mary Wyman Williams 
[of U. S.] (Readings with music) 

108-) 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 9; E 
555113; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Little (A) lady (Un' petit' femme) ; 
shimmy fox-trot, paroles de Valen- 
tin Tarault, musique de Clapson 
O'Neill [of France] 1090 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551565 ; Clapson, Paris. 



Little Red Riding Hood ; suite, by 
Mildred Weston [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Contents : — Red Riding Hood. — 
Grandmother. — The w o 1 f. — The 
wood choppers. 1091 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555396 ; John Church co., Cincinnati. 

Little Sally Water. See Jamaican 
dances. 

Little (A) song of life; words by 
W. L. Reese, music by Edward Ship- 
pen Barnes [of U. S.] ; high or 
medium voice. 1092 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
555153 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Little yellow butterfly ; by G. A. 
Grant-Schaefer [of U. S.] ; pf. 1093 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555093 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Live, laugh, love ; melody by S. G. 
Kahn [of U. S.] 1094 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; E 555242; 
Samuel George Kahn, New York. 

Log cabin blues ; words and melody 

by T. Delaney [of U. S.], arr. by 

Steve Stevens [of U. S.] 1095 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553734; 

Tom Delaney, Baltimore. 

Loneliness (Isolement) ; from the 
first Hebrew song cycle, poem by 
S. Ansky, English tr. by Mary Ellis 
Opdycke, French tr. by L. S., music 
composed and newly rev. by Lazare 
Saminsky [of Russia, domiciled at 
New York] op. 12, no. 2. 1096 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
555322 ; Composers' music Corp., 
New York. 

Lonely (A) little w t orld, in the 
valley of the moon ; words and mu- 
sic bv Daisy Raymond [pseud, of 
L. L. Fussell, of U. S.] 1097 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553481; 
Laura L. Fussell, Los Angeles. 

Lonesome ; words and music by C. 
Edwards [of U. S.] Lewiston, Id- 
Edwards music pub. co. 1098 
© Jan. 20, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
555341; Chas. Edwards, Lewiston, 
Id. 

Longing. See Hanson (Howard) 
Three miniatures. 

Longing for you ; words and music by 
A. Gruber [of U. S.] 1099 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553662; 
Ada Gruber, New York. 



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Look at her well (Mira-la bien) ; 
street song of a blind beggar, Eng- 
lisb version by Kurt Schindler, An- 
dalusian melody, collected and har- 
monized by Felipe Pedrell, ed. by 
Kurt Schindler [of U. S.] ; high, in 
D. (Songs of the Spanish prov- 
inces: Andalucia, no. 11) 1100 
i© Dec. 29, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555258; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Lorenzo to Jessica ; lines from Shake- 
speare's Merchant of Venice, melody 
by Herbert Bedford [of England 1 
4to. 1101 

© June 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551765; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

Lotus love ; vocal fox trot, words by 
Eleanor Clarke, music by W. A. 
Clapsadle [of U. S.] 1102 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555352; 
William Arthur Clapsadle, Los An- 
geles. 

Lor stic ; one step, par Alfredo Bar- 

birolli [of Italy] ; orch., avec piano 

conducteur. 4to. 1103 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551540; Heugel, Paris. 

Love is the word. See Precious 
(The) promise. 

Love-light ; words and music by W. 

C. Traher [of Canada] 1104 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555111; 

Wilfred Charles Traher, London, 

Canada. 

Love-lit shadows ; words and music 

by Frederic James Long [of IT. S.] ; 

low voice. 1105 

©i Jan. 8, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; E 

555144 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Love (The) of the archer prince; 
street song of Thibet, tr. by Edward 
Powys Mathers, music by Felix 
White J of England] 1106 

© Dee. 30, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551769; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

Lovelocks. See Bliss (Arthur) Three 
romantic songs. 

Lovely Lucerne; Swiss waltz song 
with yodel, words by Fred W. Leigh, 
music by Felix Godin [of England], 
arr. by Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] 
Standard ed. New York, Leo Feist, 
inc. 1107 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
553588; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 



Lovers' lament. See From the far 

East. 

Love's communion ; words by Herbert 

J. Brandon, music by William Ber- 

wald [of U. S.] ; low voice. 1108 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 

555407 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Love's desperation (Disperazione 
d'amore) ; mazurka no. 3, by Ciro 
Valente [of U. S.] ; piano. 1109 
© Dec. 10, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1923 : E 555418 ; Original music pub. 
co., New York. 

Love's pedlar. See Quaint songs for 
little voices. 

Love's reward ; serenade, by Louis 
Panella [of U. S.] 1. Brass band. 
4to. — 2. Piano, simplified arr. (In- 
structive pieces for the pianoforte, 
no. 89) 1110, 1111 

© Jan. 31. 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 30 ; 
E 553657. 553658; Volkwein bros., 
Pittsburgh. 

Loving (The) cup; medley of old 
time memories, [words and] music 
by Edward St. Quentin [of Eng- 
land] ; piano with words. . 1112 
(c) Nov. 3. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; 
E 551800 : Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Low-down (The) blues; fox trot, 
words and music by Phil Ohman, 
Lou Davis and Tommy Gott [of U. 
S.], arr. by Frank E. Barry [of U. 
S.l ; orch. Feist ed. 4to. 1113 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 
555280 : Leo Feist, inc.. New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Lucille; fox trot, words and music 

by J. L. Wile [of U. S.], arr. by 

H. Anderso [of U. S.] 1114 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; E 

555175; J. Lester Wile. El Paso. 

valsettfe. bv Frederick Albert 

Hoschk?.[of U. S.] op. 21, no. 2; 
piano. 1115 

© Jan. 17, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 19 ; E 
555289 : Composers' music Corp., New 
York. 

Lullaby. Ser Hanson (Howard) 
Three miniatures. 

Lullaby baby, my dear : words by 
Leora Doan Emig, melody by Daisy 
Ravmond [pseud, of L. L. Fussell, of 
U. S.] 1116 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553480; 
Laura L. Fussell, Los Angeles. 



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Lullaby waltz ; by J. S. Zainecnik 
[of U. S.] ; full orch. with piano 
ace. Professional ed. 4to. 1117 
© Dec. 30, 1922: 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555221; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 

Luther's cradle hymn. See Christ- 
mas (A) surprise. 

Luz (A) music score; for The toll of 
the sea, compiled by Ernst Luz [of 
U. S.] ; piano leader. 1118 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; E 
553487; Photo play music co., New 
York. 

McGinty's best ; by J. Gibson [of 
Canada], arr. by Jules Brazil [of 

• Canada] : instrumental. 1119 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 551363; 
John Gibson, Cataract, Canada. 

Mammy's nights ; words by B. Young, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] 1120 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553700; 

Bessie Young, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Many (A) a time. See Homesick 
tunes. 

March of the American legion ; by 
James A. Witter [of U. S.], arr. by 
Thos. J. Armstrong [of U. S.] ; 
mand. orch. Nicomede ed. Altoona, 
Pa., Lustroil co. 1121 

© Dec. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8. 1923 ; 
E 555057 ; Joe Nicomede, Altoona, 
Pa. 

M \rch or the scouts ; by Julian Kent 
[pseud, of C. W. Krogman, of U. S.] 
op. 5, no. 2 ; pf . ( Three easy fancies ) 

1122 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 

- 555151 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Marche* des aviateurs ; by Pierre Le 

Pre [of U. S.] ; piano, six hands. 

(Piano ensemble) 1123 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 

555403 ; Willis music co., Cincinnati. 

Marche ecossaise ; sur un theme pop- 
ulaire, par Claude Debussy, tran- 
scription par Gustave Samazeuilh 
[of France] ; piano. 1124 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1923 ; 
E 551551 ; Jean Jobert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion] 

Marche sportive ; par Francis Popy 

Tof France] ; harmonie ou fanfare. 

4to. 1125 

© Dec. 14. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551519 ; E. Gaudet, Paris. 



Marche triomphale ; par Camille 
Fournier, arr. et orchestration pour 
musique d'harmonie par Guillaume 
Balay [of France]. 4to. 1126 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551537 ; E. Gaudet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement and 
orchestration] 

Marche triomphale des sports ; 
paroles et musique de Leon Martin 
[of France] ; partition chant seul. 
4to. 1127 

© Dec. 14, 1922 : 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551545; J. C. Vincent, Lyon, 
France. 

Marching on rejoicing. See Precious 
(The) promise. 

Marechiare; versi di S. Di Giacomo. 
musica di Ferdinando P. Tosti [of 
Italy], arr. by L. Canoro [of Italy; 
mand. ace] Edizione E. Rossi. 1128 
© Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 1; E 
553739 ; Ernesto Rossi, New York. 

Maresh's Bohemian dance album 
no 4; carefully selected and ed. by 
A. L. Maresh [of U. S.] ; piano. 1129 
© Dec. 22, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
26; A 693593; Maresh music co., 
Cleveland. 

Marr (Joseph) Four incidentals; for 
the photoplay, arr. by Joseph Marr 
[of U. S.] ; orch. with piano. (Con- 
cert edition, no. 561) Contents :— 1. 
Allegro ; by Stephen Heller. — 2. Mis- 
terioso ; by Sterndale Bennet. — 3. 
Lento ; by S. Bennet. — 4. Presto ; by 
S. Bennet 1130 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
553586; Oliver Ditson co.,* Boston. 
[Copyright- is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Marsh progressive orchestra book ; 
grade 2, to follow any beginner's 
orch. bk., by Chas. J. Rockwell [of 
IT. S.] 24 pts. Decorah, la., Marsh 
music house. 4to. 1131 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; 
E 553486; B. O. Marsh, Decorah, 
la. 

Marty go home. See Jamaican 
dances. 

Mary McGee ; words and music by 

Sally Bailly and R. E. Mitchell [of 

U. S.], arr. by R. E. Mitchell. 1132 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553735: 

Robert E. Mitchell, New York. 



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Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) 
Therese: drame musical en 2 actes, 
tie J. Massenet, fantaisie mosai'- 
que par E. Tavan [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

1133 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1923 ; 
E 551512; Heugel, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Master instructor for the ukulele 
ban.joluke and tiple ; by George 
L. Lansing [of U. S.] 4to. 1134 

© Jan. 9, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
553678; White-Smith music pub.. 
co„ Boston. 

Master (The) soul; words by Abbie 
Farwell Brown, music by Edward 
Shippen Barnes [of U. S.] ; high 
or medium voice. 1135 

© Jan. 8, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; E 
555154; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

May the fire fall. See Choice songs. 

Me an' mah pardner ; nesro dialect 
song, words and music by Lily Strick- 
land [of U. S.]. 1. High voice, in 
E flat.— 2. Medium voice in C. 1136 
© Dec. 5, 1922 ; 2 each c. Jan. 15. 
1923: E 555266; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Meditation among the trees ; poem 
by Frederick William Harvey, mel- 
ody by Herbert Bedford [of Eng- 
land] 4to. 1137 
© June 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551760; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

Megere (La) apprivoisee (Taming of 
the shrew) ; paroles de Henri Cain 
et Edouard Adenis, mnsique de 
Charles Silver [of France] ; mezzo- 
sop. (Morceaux detaches, no. 10 
bis) 1138 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551560; Heugel, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on no. 10 bis] 

Melody Rose ; lyric and music by C. 
B. Winge [of U. S.] 1139 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555101; Carl B. Winge, Seattle. 

Memories garden ; words by Gwynne 
Denni, music by Lucien Denni [of 
U. S.] 1140 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; E 555230; 
J. W. Jenkins sons music co., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 



Mexdelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) Hark! the herald 
angels sing. See Birchard (C. C.) 
& co. Five Christmas songs. 



Menuet giocoso. 
(Axel) Suite. 



See Jorgensen 



Methode de violon ; par Mazas, nou- 
velle edition arr. et developee par L. 
Cazin [of France] 4to. 1141 

© Dec. 15. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551538; J. B. Fontana, Lyon, 
France. [Copyright is claimed on 
new edition] 

Mexican moonlight : words by 
Thomas Grant Springer music by 
Elizabeth Thorn Boutelle [of U. S.] r 
medium voice, in B flat. 1142 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 2; E 
553742 ; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 

Mia amoeita ; danza mexicana, by 
Fred J. Bacon [of U. S.] ; maud, 
orch. Nicomede ed. Altoona, Pa., 
Lustroil co. 1143 

© Dec. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 555062 ; Joe Nicomede, Altoona, 
Pa. 

Midienat. See Sange. 

Midnight ; part song, words by James 
Russell Lowell, music by Charles 
Sanford Skilton [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. (Arthur P. Schmidt's octavo 
ed., no. 851) 1144 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555095 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Migraine ; par E. Rey-Andreu [of 
France] op. 42, no. 3; piano. (In La 
flamme, 1922 : Impressions fugaces, 
no. 3) 1145 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551513; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 

Minion (The) wife; by Nicholas 
Udall, from Ralph Roister Doister, 
music by Felix White [of England] 

1146 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551768; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

Miss Grady ; part-song, words anon., 
music by Addison F. Andrews [of 
U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. 1147 

© Dec. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. ir>, 
1923; E 555260; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



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Mississippi choo-choo : words and 
music by P. L. Frost and Fred 
Rose [of U. S.] 1148 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
553545 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Mistekioso. See Mafr (Joseph) Four 
incidentals. 

Misunderstood ; words by Mrs. G. B. 
Thomasson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 1149 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553705; 
Mrs. Geo. B. Thomasson, Toronto, 
Canada. 

Mois.de M£i ; chanson de Quete de 
Basse Auvergne, recueillie, notee et 
arrangee, par Mario Versepuy [of 
France] ; pour 4 voix mixtes avec 
ritournelles. 4to. 1150 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1923; E 551506; Heugel, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on collection 
notes and arrangement] 

Moonlight ; by Cuthbert Harris [of 
Great Britain] ; pf. 1151 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555096 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Moonlight and fairies ; by Frank 
Renard [of U. S.] ; pf. with bio- 
graphical sketch, fingering, pedaling, 
phrasing, instructive annotations 
and glossary by Lewis G. Thomas. 
Rev. ed. (Progressive series com- 
positions, catalog no. 643, grade 3-b) 

1152 

© Jan. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 10 ; E 

555135; Art publication soc, St. 

" Louis. 

Mother mine ; ballad, words and mu- 
sic by P. Haeussler [of U. S.] ; in G. 

1153 
© 1 c. Jan. 22. 1923; E 555355; 
Paul Haeussler, Brooklyn. 

Motiier-of-care; waltz song, words 
and music by P. B. Holton and F. M. 
Holton [of U. S.] 1154 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 553649; 
Pearl Brough Holton and Ferdinand 
M. Holton, Greensburg, Pa. 

Mother's love; words by J. Habbab, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] 1155 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553733; 

Julia Habbab, McKeesport, Pa. 



Mountain (The) brook; by G. A. 
Grant-Schaefer [of U. S.] ; pf. 1156 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555094 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Music blues ; words by D. Gross, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

1157 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553719; 
Daisy Gross, Philadelphia. 

My cottage in sunshine lane ; from 
Lady Butterfly, words by Clifford 
Grey, music by Werner Janssen [of 
U. S.] 1153 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555398 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

My dream house ; words by H. Board- 
man Knox, music by Eric Tenios 
[of Germany, domiciled at New 
York] 1159 

(c) 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553748; 
Helen Boardman Knox, New York. 



My little brown duck. 
songs for little voices. 



See Quaint 



My lover is a fisherman; words and 
music by Lily Strickland [of U. S.J 
(Songs from India) 1. Low voice, 
in G.— 2. High voice, in B flat. 

1160 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 
15, 1923; E 555257; Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston. 

My mother's lullaby ; words by 
Betty Gulick, music bv Billv Heag- 
ney [of U. S.] 1161 

© Jan. 12, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; E 
555220 ; Triangle music pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

My mother's voice; or, Memories 
sweet, words by W. J. Gunter, music 
by Raymond A. Browne [of U. S.] 
Long Branch, N. J., Keith's music 
pub. house. 1162 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1923; E 555171; Wm. Jas. Gunter, 
Long Branch, N. J. 

My prayer ; words anon., music by J. 
Wilson-Jones [of Great Britain, 
domiciled at Oakland, Calif.] 1163 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; E 553580: 
Josephine Wilson-Jones, Oakland, 
Calif. 

My rose maid ; words by H. McCarthy, 

melody by Herman Dubois [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 1164 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555308; 

Helen McCarthy, Eagle, Col. 



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My ship o' dreams ; words and music 
by Bertha Johnston [of U. S.], arr. 
by William Lester. Chicago, 111., 
Johnston music co. 1165 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; E 
553465; Bertha E. Johnston, Chi- 
cago. 

My shrine a rose ; words by S. L. 
Mooers, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. 1166 

© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555069; Sara L. Mooers, Cleveland. 

Mysterioso dramatico ; by Leo. A. 
Kempinski [of U. S.] ; piano, orch., 
and organ. (Incidental symphonies, 
no. 12) 1167 

© Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 17 ; E 
555238 ; Photo play music co., New 
York. 

Nannina mia ; vers! e musica di S. 
Salvio [of U. S. ; mand. ace] 1168 
© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; E 555227; 
Salvatore Salvio,' New York. 

Naughty moon ; words by Leo Haley, 
music by C. Ekerman [of U. S.] 

1169 
© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
553590; Carl Ekerman, Everett, 
Mass. 

Near that, little Rock Creek shore ; 

words and music by Mrs. R. Hardy 

[of U. S.] 1170 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553701; 

Mrs. Ralph Hardy, Lydon, 111. ■ 

Nearing the day ; waltz, from Up she 
goes, by Harry Tierney [of U. S.], 
arr. by James C. McCabe [of U. S.] ; 
orch. Feist ed. 4to. 1171 

© .Ian. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 
5552S1 : Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

'Neath the magnolias. See South- 
ern sketches. 

Neighbours ; words and music by 
Frank Wood [of England] (Char- 
acter songs, no. 7) 1172 
© Dec. 7, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; 
E 551806; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Neophyte (The) ; sonnet by Alice 
Meynell, music by Felix White [of 
England] 1173 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551766; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 



Nest of gold ; words by G. McAleary. 

melody by Herman Dubois [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 1174 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555309: 

Grace McAleary, Fernandina, Fla. 

NEUE SCHULE FUR GITARRE ODER LAUTE 

(Nouvelle methode de guitarre ou de 
luth) ; vollstlindiger lehrgang fiir 
das begleitungsspiel, einfiihrung in 
das solospiel, von A. H. Loreti [of 
Itnly] heft 1-3, in 1 bd. kart. 1175 
© Apr. 30. 191 S; 1 c. Sept. 15. 
1922; E 551790; Ad. Holzmann, 
Zurich, Switzerland. 

New anthems of praise; words by 
various authors, music by J. Lincoln 
Hall, Adam Geibel, and others [of 
U. S.] ; quartette or chorus choirs. 
4to. 1176 

© Oct. 13, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
25 ; A 68S394 ; Hall-Mack co.. Phila- 
delphia. 

Northern (The) star: anon, north- 
country ballad, music by Felix 
White [of England] 1177 

© Dec. 3*0, 1921 : 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551767; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

Not at home to anybody ; one-step, 
words by Eric Blore, music by Ivy 
St. Holier [of England] [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] 1178 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13. 
1923: E 551752; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

O come all ye faithful. See Bir- 
chard (C. C.) & co. Five Christmas 
songs. 

O LIGHT ETERNAL, O LIGHT DIVINE ; 

words and music by R. E. Smith 

[of U. S.] 1179 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; E 553593; 

Robert Elmer Smith, Visalia, Calif. 

O little town. See Christmas (A) 
surprise. 

O salutaris Hostia ; benediction 
hymn, three-part chorus, music by 
Agatha Pfeiffer [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. (G. S. 8vo. choruses, no. 
7010) [Latin and English text.] 

1180 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

553552 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Oh beal'tiful, beautiful ocean ; 
words by Mrs. M. Smith, music by 
Clifton Keith [of U. S.] Long 
Branch, N. J., Keith's music pub. 
house. 1181 



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© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1923; E 555178; Mrs. M. Smith, 
Long Branch, N. J. 

Oh bring back, oh, bring back ; 
words by W. Wiederhold, melody by 
Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.l 1182 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555305; 
Wm. Wiederhold, Carlsbad, Calif. 

Oh for a home all our own ; fox trot 
ballad, words and music by L. S. 
Grosser [of U. S.] 1183 

© Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; E 
555345 ; Leonora S. Grosser, Los An- 
geles. 

Oh Helena, you're a wonder ; a song 
fox-trot, words and music by F. W. 

D. Cromweed [of IT. S.] [Photostat] 

1184 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; E 555240; 
Frederick W. D. Cromweed, New 
York. 

Oh my darling Billy, take me back 
to Philly ; words and melody by 
J. Bradley [of U. S.], arr. by Frank 
De Paul [of U. S.] 1185 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 555359; 
Joseph Bradley, Philadelphia. 

Oh ! Palmer oh ! See Jamaican 
dances. 

Oh, take me back to the farm where 
I belong; words by C. C. Piatt, 
melody by Herman Dubois [pseud, 
of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 1186 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555306; 
Charles C. Piatt, Viscount, Canada. 

Oh, that hospital radio ; words and 
music by N. W. Durand [of XL S.], 
arr. by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] 1187 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553695; 
Nella Wells Durand, Tampa, Fla. 

Oh, what's the use of worrying ; 
, words bv N. O. Pearson, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 1188 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553703; 

Nellie Orwick Pearson, Hillsboro, 
N. D. 

Oh ! yes, I'll go home ; words by 
E. C. Freemann, music by W. Reher 
[of Germany, domiciled at Seal 
Beach, Calif.] 1189 

© 1 c. Feb. 2. 1923; E 553747; 
Edna C. Freemann and William 
Reher, Long Beach, -Calif. 

34896—23 3 81 



Old fashion Georgia blues ; words 

by W. L. Terrell, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] 1190 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553727; 

William L. Terrell, Atlanta. 

Olga Petrovotski ; from Co-optimists, 
written by R. P. Weston and Bert 
Lee, composed by R. Harris- Weston 
[of England] [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations] 1191 
© Nov. 23, 1922: 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551750; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Olympia orchestra march ; by Jo- 
sephine Traux Searle [of U. S.] ; 
piano. Boston, Mass., W. B. Hasey 
& co. 1192 

© Jan. 12. 1923: 2 c. Jan. 15; E 
555225; W. B. Hasey, Boston. 

Ombre (L') dv passe; boston hesita- 
tion, par Clapson [of France] ; 
piano. 1193 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551564; Clapson, Paris. 

On that old Panama cannon ball ; 

words by C. P. Walker, music bv 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 1194 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553721; 

C. P. Walker, Memphis, Tenn. 

On the bayou : by Cedric Wilmot 

Lemont [of U. S.] ; piano. 1195 

© Jan. 5, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 9; E 

555122 ; Gamble hinged music co., 

Chicago. 

On the carpet. See Jamaican dances. 

On the edge of town ; words by R. 

Tapp, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] 1196 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553715; 

Rex Tapp, Edmonton, Alta, Canada. 

On the hill with God ; words by 
Edna Poppe-Cooper, melody by 
Daisy Raymond [pseud, of L. L. 
Fussell, of U. S.] 1197 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553479; 
Laura L. Fussell, Los Angeles. 

One golden hour of dreams ; words 
and music by Arthur Strand and 
Clifford Ryde [of England] 1198 
© Dec. 7, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; 
E 551805 ; Herman "Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 



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One starry night ; Christmas service. 
words by Geo. O. Webster and 
others, music by Ira B. Wilson [of 
U. S.] Svo. 1199 

© Sept. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
20 : A 687979 ; Lorenz pub. CO., Day- 
ton, O. 

ORGAN ACCOMPANIMENT TO THE HYMNS 
IX CONGREGATIONAL PRAYERS FOR THE 

children's mass : by J. F. Wagner 
[of V. S.] obL 16mo. 1200 

'© Oct. 2, 1922; 2 c. Nov. 17: aft. 
Nov. 16: A 690197; Joseph F. Wag- 
ner, inc.. New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Organist (The) ; bimonthly journal, 
el. by E. L. Ashford and Karl K. 
Lcronz [of U. S.] v. 26, no. 5, Nov.. 
1922. obi. Svo. 1201 

© Oct. 21, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Nov. 
3; A 688674; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton. O. 



no. 6, Jan. 



1923. 
1202 



obi. Svo. 

© Dec. 18. 1922 : 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
22, 1923 : A 695726 : Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Oriental tribesmen : words by Jas. 
W. Searle, music by Joseph Sand 
[of U. S.], arr. by Fred Lax [of 
U. S.] 1203 

'© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; E 
555174 ; Searle & Lund, Washington. 

Original four o'clock blues ; Joe 
Olivers blues, words by L. Smith 
and Thomas Dorsey, music by L. 
Smith [of U. S.], arr. by T. Dorsey 
[of U. S.] 1204 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555348; 
Lloyd Smith, Chicago. 

Osti?»ato. See St. Paul's suite. 

Ouled Nail. See From the far East. 

Our little home; words and melody 
bv L. W. Gilbert [of U. S., arr. by 
Arthur Darvo, of U. S.] 1205 

© 1 c. Jan: 8. 1923; E 555108; 
L. Wolfe Gilbert music corp., New 
York. 

Our old clock ; words and music by 
A. J. Croxall [of England] ; in F. 
[Staff and tonic sol fa notations] 

1206 
© Jan. 13, ,1923; 1 c. Jan. 15; E 
511725 ; Lillian E. Atkinson, More- 
cambe, England. 



Our Pennsylvania ; words and music 

by J. Ashman [of U. S.] 1207 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

555342 ; James Ashman, Central 

City, Pa. 

Over in Siam : words and music by 

A. D. Monsees [of Canada] • 120S 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; E 555283; 

Alonzo I). Monsees, Vernon, Canada. 

Pack clouds away ; words by Thomas 
Ffeywood. music by M S. Dickey 
[of U. S.] 1209 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553531; 
Mark Shumway Dickey, Arlington, 
Mass. 

Paganini (Niccolo) Concerto, no. 1; 
by N. Paganini, freely transcribed, 
re x '. fingered and supplied with a 
special ace. by August Wilhelmj, 
especially ed. by Efrem Zimbalist 
[of U. S.] : violin and piano, in D 
maj. (Schirmer's library of musi- 
cal classics v. 1460) 1210 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
553555 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Pal (The) I love; words by G. 
Thomas, jr.. music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 1211 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553732; 
George Thomas, jr., Oberlin, O. 

Pal o' mine ; words and melody by 
R. C. Bates [of U. S.] 1212 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555104; 
Robert Charles Bates, Chicago. 

Paradise ; words by J. Newton, music 

by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S., arr. by 

Theo. G. Beach, of U. S.] 1213 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555076; 

James Newton, Springfield, Mass. 

Paradise of dreams ; waltz by H. D. 

Lacomy [of U. S.] ; 1st violin. 1214 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553476; 

Henry D. Lacomy, Spokane, Wash. 

Paramount march; by Geo. D. Bar- 
nard [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 1215 
© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
555337; Fred Jewell, OskalooSa, la. 

Pasquinata ; composed and rev. by 
Paul Ambrose [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Newly rev. ed. (Selections to ac- 
company the Synthetic method, pt. 
2, no. 27) 1216 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; E 
553598; Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
newly revised edition] 



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no. 2, 1923 



1234 



Passion flowers ; waltz, by L. P. 

Fournier [of U. S.] ; piano. 1217 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555297; 

Lillian Poole Fournier, Sault Ste. 

Marie, Mich. 

Pastoral souvenir ; by Roland Diggle 
[of U. S.] ; organ. (Organ composi- 
tions, 2nd series, no. 18) 1218 



© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 



E 



553600 ; C. W. Thompson & co., Bos- 
ton. 

Pater noster, qui es in ccelis ; paro- 
les Latin, musique de Ernest Chaus- 
son [of France] ; piano, orgue ou 
harmonium ace. 1219 

© Dec. 14, 1922 : 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551562; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. 

Path (The) of love; words and 
music by Joseph G. Scoville Tof TJ. 
S.] 1220 

© Dec. 7, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 555237; Walter B. Scoville co., 
Ogden, Utah. 

Peachy girl; words by R. 0. Port- 
mess, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.l 1221 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553692; 
R. Chester Portmess, Battle Creek. 

Peasant wedding dance; by France? 

Terry [of U. S.] ; piano. (Two 

spirited dances, no. 2) 1222 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 

555156 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Peggy dance. See Jamaican dances. 

Pelican (The) ; fox-trot, by Clapson, 
orchestrated by Bob Haring [of U. 
S.] ; orch. 4to. 1223 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; 
E 555214; Edward B. Marks music 
co.. New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Pknsee; by L. O. Miller [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [Blue print] 1224 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555331; 
Louise Ottilie Miller, Berlin, Wis. 

Philadelphia ; one step, words and 
music by J. H. McVey [of U. S.] 

1225 
© Mar. 8, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 22; E 
555363; John H. McVey, Philadel- 
phia. 

Piano man blues; words and melody 
by L. Austin [of U. S.] ; in F. 1226 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553541; 
Lovie Austin, Chicago. 



Piano Sam from Alaf.am ; words and 
melody by C. Harrison [of U. S.] 

1227 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553534; 
Charles Harrison, Grand Ledge, 
Mich. 

Pied (The) piper of Hamelin ; mu- 
sical story arr. with ace. and dances 
by Margaret R. Martin [of U. S.] 
4to. 1228 

© Dec. 5, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 9; aff. 
Dec. 7; A 691820; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. 

Pilgrimage ; words by P. J. O'Reilly, 

music by Arthur Meale [of Great 

Britain] : in D. 1229 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 15; E 

551713 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Pixies (The) ; by Katherine K. Davis 

[of U. S.] ; piano. (Scenes from a 

forest ballet) 1230 

© Jan. 18, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; E 

555400 ; Hatch music co., New York. 

Pizzicato intermezzo ; af E. Borre- 
gaard [of Denmark] ; klaver. Co- 
penhagen and Leipzig, Wilhelm 
Hansen. 1231 

© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Oct. IS ; E 
551473 ; Dlv. Borregaard, Copen- 
hagen. 

Plain little every day girl ; words 
by Frederick M. Compton, music by 
Edgar Rollman [of U. S.] 1232 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1923; E 555176; Francis Elmer 
Compton, Baltimore. 

Play the funny blues ; words and 
music by Louis Panico and Isham 
Jones [of U. S.] 1233 

© Jan. '9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 12; 
E 555181 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

Poor little Zeddy. .See Jamaican 
dances. 

Precious (The) promise; Christmas 
service, text by Lizzie De Armond, 
music by E. S. Lorenz [of U. S.] 
4to. Contents : Marching on rejoic- 
ing. — Faith is the gate of blessing. — 
Lift up your voice. — A gift from 
the Father. — A little baby over 
there. — Love is the word. 1234 

© Nov. 8, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Nov. 
11 ; A 689440 ; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 



Prelude. See From the far East. 



83 



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1235 



pt. in, n. s., v. IS 



Prelude and lullaby ; after the 
Russian mode, words and music by 

D. Brunet [of U. S.] 1235 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; E 555246: 

David Brunet, New York. 

Prelude music : by Julius Harrison 
[of England] ; string orch. and pf. 
or harp, full sc. 1236 

© June 16, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1923; E 551779; Goodwin & Tabb, 
ltd., London. 

Presto. See Marr (Joseph) Four in- 
cidentals. 

Printemps ; boston, paroles de Pierre 

d'Amor, musique de R. Carcel [of 

France] 1237 

© Dec. 14. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551553; R. Carcel, Paris. 

Processional march ; from John of 
Nepomuk, by H. J. Stewart [of U. 
S.] ; organ. 1238 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555252; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Proper (The) of the mass; for Sun- 
days and. holy days, including As- 
perges me and Vidi aquam, by M. J. 
Vanden Elsen [of U. S.] ; four 
mixed voices. 8vo. (Cover title: 
Proprium de tempore) 1239 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
3, 1923 ; A 692685 ; Estate of Hamil- 
ton S. Gordon, New York. 

Puttin' on airs ; words and music by 

Chas. and Harry Tobias and Geo. J. 

Bennett [of U. S.] 1240 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555334; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Quaint songs for little voices ; words 
by Reuben Gillmer, music by Henry 

E. Pether [of England] Contents. — 
1. Love's pedlar ; in G. — Fire, fire, 
fire. — My little brown duck; in F. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

1241 

© Dec. 13, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1923; E 551809; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Quann' 'o destino vo' ; versi di 
Nicolardi, musica di E. Nardella [of 
Italv; mand. ace] Edizione E. 
Rossi. 1242 

© Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 1; E 
553738; Ernesto Rossi, New York. 



Radio: overture, by E. H. Frey [of 
U. S.] ; 2 violins and pf. (E. H. 
Frey's edition, no. 12) 1243 

© Jan. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; E 
555344 ; E. H. Frey, Oklahoma City, 
Okl. 

Rapsodie ; pour violon et orch., par 
Sylvio Lazzari [of France] ; re- 
duction par violon et piano. 1244 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551559; Heugel, Paris. (Copy- 
right is claimed on reduction) 

Reassurance (A) ; words anon., mu- 
sic by Mary Wyman Williams [of 
U. S.] (Readings with music) 1245 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 9; E 
555115 ; Clayton F. Summy co., Chi- 
cago. 



Red Riding Hood. 
Riding Hood. 



See Little Red 



Reflection of heaven ; concert waltz, 
by F. H. Heckert [of U. S.], arr. 
by Chas. F. Novy [of U. S.] ; piano. 

1246 
© Nov. 8, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 19; 
E 553653; Frank H. Heckert, Aber- 
deen, S. D. 

Reminiscence. See Hanson (How- 
ard) Three miniatures. 

Rhapsody in G minor ; Hungarian 
style, by C. F. Stayner [of U. S.] ; 
violin with piano ace. Salt Lake 
City, Utah, Stayner music pub. co., 

1247 
© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; 
E 553641; Charles Frederick Stay- 
ner, Salt Lake City. 



Ring a diamond. 
dances. 



See Jamaican 



Ring dance. See Jamaican dances. 

Rings of smoke; words by J. M. 
Sanberg and R. Woodford, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

1248 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553726; 
John M. Sanberg and Raleigh Wood- 
ford, Chicago. 

Rocking away ; twilight lullaby, words 
by George Barrett Ward, music by 
S. J. Cassell [of U. S.] 1249 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 1; E 
553743; Samuel Joseph Cassell, 
Palos Park, III. 



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no. 2, 1923 



1265 



Rocky Mountain moon ; waltz song, 
words by Raymond B. Egan, music 
by Henry I. Marshall and Richard 
A. Whiting [of U. S.] 1250 

© Jan. 15, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 17 ; E 
555364; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Rodeheaver' s gospel songs ; compiled 
bv H. A. Rodeheaver [of U. SI. 
ed. by Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Philadelphia, Rodeheaver 
co. 8vo. 1251 

© Dec. 21. 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
13, 1923 ; A 692882 ; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Rolling stones ; morceau brillant, by 
Alexander MacFadyen [of U. S.] ; 
piano. 1252 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; 
E 553548 ; G Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Romance ; from the D minor violin 
concerto by Henri Weiniawski, tran- 
scribed by John Thompson [of U. 
S.] op. 12; piano. 1253 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; 
E 555406; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Romp (The) of the gnomes; by 
Frank Renard [of U. S.] ; pf. with 
biographical sketch, fingering, ped- 
aling, phrasing, instructive annota- 
tions and glossary by Lewis G. 
Thomas. Rev. ed. (Progressive 
series compositions, catalog no. 642, 
grade 3-b) 1254 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; 
E 555136 ; Art publication soc, St. 
Louis. 

Rose ; fox trot, words by M. J. 
MacDonald, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 1255 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553689; 
M. J. MacDonald. Portsmouth, Va. 

Rosy-bell-o. See Jamaican dances. 

Rougier (A.) Nocturne; par A. 

Rougier [of France] ; violoncelle et 

piano. 1256 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551550; Jean Jobert, Paris. 

Bout; song by Arthur Bliss [of Eng- 
land] ; ace. of chamber orch., full 
sc. 1257 

© June 18, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551778; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 



n2'£" N*N % "1 (Rozo deshabos) [and] "OH 
"i2" HN r02£" (Hamchabe eshaner) 
words and music S. Bernstein of 
Gal'cia Poland, domiciled at New 
York] 1258 

© Dec. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1923: E 553483; Samuel Bernstein, 
Brooklyn. 

Rub 'im down Joe. See Jamaican 
dances. 

Rusina mia ; versi e musica di S. 
Salvio [of U. S. ; mand. ace] 1259 
© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; E 555226; 
Salvatore Salvio, New York. 

Safety first ; Santa Fe, fox trot song, 

words and music by W. H. Curtiss 

[of U. S.] 1260 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923 ; 

E 555413; W. H. Curtiss, Pasadena. 

Sailing, sailing ; words by C. Shores, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

1261 
© Jan. 4, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555068; Clifton Shores, Detroit. 

St. Paul's suite ; by Gustav Hoist [of 
England] ; string orch., full sc. Con- 
tents : Jig. — Ostinato. — Intermezzo. 
—Finale. 1262 

© June 27, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1923; E 551781; Goodwin & Tabb, 
ltd., London. 

Sally of Blue Anchor alley; words 
by Arthur DuSoir, music by Stanley 
Gordon [of England] ; bass, in B flat. 

1263 
© Nov. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1923; E 551807; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Saminsky (Lazare) Etude; by L. 
Saminsky fof Russia, domiciled at 
New York] op. 17, no. 2 ; piano. 

1264 
© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
555321 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Sange ; musik af Louis Glass [of Den- 
mark] op. 59. (Wilhelm Hansen 
edition, no. 2264) Contents: Til 
dig; [ord af Olaf Bull].— Spille- 
mand; [ord af Richard Osterfeld]. — 
Midienat; [ord af Helge Rode]. — 
Hinsides ; [ord af Sophus Mi- 
chaelis]. — Drom ; [ord af R. Oster- 
feld] 1265 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551784; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Santa and the givees : a Christmas 
cantata for children, by M. Isabelle 
Ritter [of U. S.] 12mo. 1236 

© Oct. 17, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
25 ; A 688392 ; Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Saturday night : written by Robert 
C. Tharp and Harry Lauder, com- 
posed by H. Lauder [of England] 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notationsl 

1267 
© Nov. 23, 1922: 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551748; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Saw mill river road ; fox trot, from 
Glory, words by Joseph McCarthy, 
music by Harry Tierney [of U. S.], 
arr. by Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] ; 
orch. Feist ed. 4to. 1268 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 
555278; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Scenes that are brightest ; from 
Maritana by Wallace, trans, by C. C. 
Starbuck [of U. S.] ; mand. Nico- 
mede ed. Altoona, Pa., Lustroil co. 

1269 
© Dec. 24, 1922 : 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 555061 ; Joe Nicomede, Altoona, 
Pa. 

School for the pianoforte ; v. 3, 
plaver's bk., bv Theo. Presser [of 
U. S.] 1270 

. © Oct. 13, 1922 : 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
14; A 687533; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Schubert (Franz Peter) Hark! 
hark! the lark; serenade from Cym- 
beline, two-part song, words by Wil- 
liam Shakespeare, tr. by Isabella G. 
Parker, music by F. Schubert, arr. 
by N. Clifford Page [of U. S.] ; 
women's voices. 4to. 1271 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 
555264; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Scotch melody; by J. Gibson [of Can- 
ada], arr. by Jules Brazil [of Can- 
ada] ; instrumental. 1272 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 551364; 
John Gibson, Cataract, Canada. 

Selected Sunday school songs ; com- 
piled by F. G. Kingsbury and Gor- 
don D. Shorney [of U. S.] 8vo. 

1273 
© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 6; aff. 
Jan. 4; A 690941; Hope pub. co., 
Chicago. 



Send (The) off; march, by Geo. L. 
Lansing [of U. S.] ; banjo solo with 
piano ace. Nicomede ed. Altoona, 
Pa., Lustroil co. 1274 

© Dec. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 555060 ; Joe Nicomede, Altoona, 
Pa. 

Serenade enfantine ; de F. Yolpatti, 
jr., transcrite par J. Furgeot [of 
France] ; pour harmonie. 4to. 1275 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551543 : E. Gaudet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on transcription] 

Serenade mignonne ; par Joseph 
Szulc [of France] ; piano. 1276 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551556 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Service (The) hymnal; with intro- 
ductory service, text compiled by 
Jos. Krauskopf, music compiled by 
Russell King Miller [of U. S.] Rev. 
ed. 8vo. 1277 

© Sept. 1, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
12; A 690546; Reform congregation 
Keneseth Israel,- Philadelphia. 
[Copyright is claimed on new mat- 
ter] 

Shadow march ; trio, words by Robert 
Louis Stevenson, music by T. Fred- 
erick H. Candlyn [of U. S.] ; wo- 
men's voices. (Arthur P. Schmidt's 
octavo ed., no. 813) 1278 

© Jan. 5, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555091 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Shakespeare (The) jazz; from The 
virgin queen, written by R. P. Wes- 
ton and Bert Lee, music by R. Har- 
ris-Weston [of England] [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] 1279 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551749; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

She's fooling you ; words by B. Ar- 
. bogast, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] 1280 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553688; 
Bertha Arbogast, Lacon, 111. 

She's just a fool about me ; words 
and music by Jimmie Ferguson [i. e. 
P. J. Ferguson, of U. S., arr. by 
James Alston, of U. S.] 1281 

© 1 c. Jan. 8. 1923; E 555107; 
Philip James Ferguson, Bessemer, 
Ala. 



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1298 



Shepherd (The) to his love: mad- 
rigal, words by Christopher Mar- 
lowe, music by Walter Ruel Cowles 
[of U. S.] ; high voice. 1282 

© Jan. 8. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
555148 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Ships that pass in the night ; lines 
by Longfellow, melody by Herbert 
Bedford [of England] 4to. 1283 
© June 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551763; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

Shlechti tzieten ; words and melody 
by A. Schwartz [of U. S.] 1284 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 553650; 
Abe Schwartz, New York. 

Shuebruk (Richard) 12 easy duets: 
by R. Shuebruk [of U. S.] ; sop. B 
flat and alto E flat saxophones. 

1285 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1923; E. 555420; Richard Shuebruk, 
New York. 

Silent night. See Birchard (C. C.) 
& co. Five Christmas songs. 

Silent night, holy night. See 
Christmas. 

Silver lining ; reverie, by William 
Morris [of U. S.] ; ten-banjo. (Nico- 
mede ed.) Altoona, Pa., Lustroil 
co. 1286 

© Dec. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 555058 ; Joe Nicomede, Altoona, 
Pa. 

Skogsran. See Alnaes (Eyvind) 4 
varmlandska latar. 

Slumber song ; by J. C. H. Beaumont, 
transcribed by Edwin H. Lemare 
[of U. S.] ; organ. 1287 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555253; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Smiles (The) will come back 
again ; words by R. Wooden, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

1288 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553725; 
Ruth Wooden, Liberal, Kans. 

S0STER, DE K ALDER PA A DIG ! af Oluf 

L. Arndal, musik af Sophus Ander- 
sen [of Denmark] 1289 
© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 551477 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 



Sogno d'amore ; waltz, by A. v Rizzi 
[of U. S.] ; piano. 1290 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; E 553591; 
Alberto Rizzi, New York. 

Soldiers of Christ, arise ! anthem, 
words by Charles Wesley, music by 
Rossiter Howard [of U. S.] ; men's 
voices, organ, ace. 4to. 1291 

© Jan. 6, 1920 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 553583 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Solemn mass in G ; no. 11. in honor 
of the holy Spirit, Latin words, mu- 
sic by Eduardo Marzo [of U. S.] op. 
178; mixed voices with organ ace, 
violin and cello ad lib. 4to. 1292 
© Dec. 11, 1922 : 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
28; A 693928; Theo. Pressor co., 
Philadelphia. 

Soliloquy. See Conversations. 

Some golden day ; words by James 
Rowe, music by G. E. Vinaroff [of 
U. S.] (In Three new gospel songs) 

1293 
© Jan. 5, 1923 ; Jan. 20 ; E 553537 ; 
G. E. Vinaroff, Russell, Kan. 

Some winter's night ; fox trot, words 
and music by Max Kortlander [of 
U. S.] 1294 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 
555423; Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

Somebody needs even you ; words by 
James Rowe, music by G. E. Vi- 
naroff [of U. S.] (In Three new 
gospel songs) 1295. 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 20; E 
553538 ; G. E. Vinaroff, Russell, Kan. 

Sometime in future years : words by 
R. Draden, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 1296 
© 1 c- Feb. 1, 1923: E 553697; 
Ruth Draden, Oskaloosa, la. 

Sometimes I'm all alone : words and 
melody by M. M. Korn [of U. S."] 

. 1297 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; E 555182; 
Maurice Morris Korn, Sea Gate, 
N. Y. 

Sommarmelodi (En) ; tekst af Gustaf 
Froding og Nils-Magnus Folcke, 
komponerede af Eyvind Alna^s [of 
Norway] op. 35, no. 4. (In Wil- 
helm Hansen edition no. 2239: Fire 
sange no. 4) 1298 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9: E 
551472; Wilhelm Hansen. Copen- 
hagen. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. J8 



Son flirt ; boston hesitation, par P. 
Jeanjean [of France] ; violon solo 
avec piano ou quintette a cordes en 
mi. 4to. 1299 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551514; Paul Jeanjean, Beausoleil, 
France. 

Sonata no. 1 : by Francis J. Morgan 

[of England] ; violin and pf. 1300 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 

E 551782; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 

London. 

Song (A) of India (Chanson In- 
doue) : from the legend of Sadko. 
three-part song. tr. from the Russian 
by Constance Purdy, music by Ni- 
kolas Rimsky-Korsakoff, arr. by 
Victor Harris [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. 4to. 1301 

© Dec. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555254; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Song of Indian women ; from The 
bridal of Pennacook, [words anon.], 
music by Cyril Jenkins [of England] 

1302 
© Feb. 2, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551780; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 



Song of penitfncf. 
(Ludwig van) 

Song of the Nile. 
prems. 

Song of the stars. 
poems. 



See Beethoven 



See Egyptian tone 



See Egyptian tone 



Song (The) of triumph; Easter an- 
them, words by Edith R. Wilson, 
music by Joseph Fletcher [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Sanctuary) 

1303 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10: 
E 555117: Robin Ellis, Ridgefield 
Park, N. J. 

Song service : arr. for church, Young 
people meetings, etc., ed. by J. E. 
Thomas and others [of U. S.] lGmo. 

1304 
© Feb. 11. 1922: 2 c. Dec. 9 and 
aff. Dec. S; A 692346; Quartet mu- 
sic co., Fort Worth, Tex. 

Song without words ; by Frederick 
Albert Hoschke [of U. S.] op. 21. 
no. 3 ; piano. 1305 

© Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; 
E 555291 : Composers' music Corp.. 
New York. 



Songs of Delta gamma ; coll. and arr. 
by Lamba. chapter, Universitv of 
Minn, [of U. S.] 4to. 3d ed., 1922. 

1300 
© Oct. 30. 1922: 2 c. Nov. 9; 
aff. Nov. 20 ; A 690283 : Lulu J. Haw- 
ley. Minneapolis. 

Sons of promise; cantata for Sunday 
school and choir, text by Lizzie De 
Armond, music by E. S. Lorenz [of 
U. S.] 4to. 1307 

© Oct. 3, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
26; A 687980; "Lorenz pub. co., Dav- 
ton, O. 

Sooner or later you'll be sorry ; 

words and melody by A. Frazzini 

[of U. S.] 1308 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923: E 553608; 

Amicus Frazzini, Boston. 

South Carolina croon song ; words 
by Will Deems, music by Harvey B. 
Gaul [of U. S.] : medium high voice, 
in G fiat. 1309 

© Dec. 28. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1923; E 555255; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

South Sea eyes ; words and music 

by Harry Akst [of U. S.] 1310 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; 

E 553607 ; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 

New York. 

Southern sketches ; free fantasies, 
by Arthur Nevin [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Contents: — Neath the magnolias. — 
Sun glaze on the river. — At twi- 
light. — Jus' strummin'. — Sunset on 
the Mississippi. 1311 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; 
E 555394 ; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Spillemand. See Sange. 

Spring song : by Berta Josephine 
Hecker [of Great Britain, domiciled 
at Elgin, 111.] ; violin and piano. 

1312 
© .Ian. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; 
E 555325 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Stanza (La) della signorina ; versi 
di Giuseppe Mattioli, musica di A. 
Montalto [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] 1313 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; E 555245; 
Agostino Montalto, New York. 



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1923 



1330 



Stab gleams supplement ; coll. with 
songs set to original and to familiar 
tunes by C. B. Jennings [of U. S.] ; 
male and mixed voices. Howard 
City, Mich., C. B. Jennings music 
co. 1314 

© Sept. 28. 1922; 2 c. and aff. 
Oct. 27: A 686522: Carrie Baxter 
Jennings, Howard City, Mich. 

Steal away : negro folk song, arr. by 

Lawrence Brown [of England] 1315 

© Dec. 1, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 13; 

E 551117; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., 

London. 

Steger song book of hi standard 
selections ; ed. by Lewis Browne 
and Charles E. Byrne [of U. S.] 
12mo. 1316 

© Nov. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Nov. 
23; A 686999; Steger & sons piano 
mfg. co., Chicago. 

Steve : lyric by George A. Kershaw, 
music by Ted Snyder [of U. S.l 

1317 
© Jan. 11. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 12; E 
555183; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

Storm hurry ; by Leo. A. Kempinski 
[of IT. S.l ; piano, orch. and organ. 
(Inc dental symphonies, no. 5) 
(Cover title: Storm music) 1318 
© Jan. 15. 1923; 2 c. .Ian. 17; E 
555239 ; Photo play music co.. New 
York. 

Stratford on-A von morris dances ; by 
Phyllis Boulton [of England] : 
piano. 1319 

© Dec. 19, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1923 : E 551723 : Warren & Phillips, 
London. 

Street music. See From the far East. 

Street (The) you can't forget:- 

words by V. Harmon, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] 1320 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553706; 

Victor Harmon, New York. 

Strolling 'neath the silv'ry moon ; 

words and melody by M. M. Leary 

[of U. S.| 1321 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553609; 

Marguerite M. Leary, Chicago. 

Struttin' Jim; words by Cliff Dixon, 
music by Bob Carleton [of U. S.], 
arr. by J. M. Cuthbert [of U. S.] 

1322 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553749; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 



Suite slave; par Paul Fievet [of 
France] ; piano, violon et violoncelle. 

1323 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1923 ; E 551555 ; Evette et Schaeffer, 
Paris. 

Sum (The) of life; words and music 
by Dolly Stewart [of Australia] 

1324 
© Nov. 15, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1923 : E 551718 ; Allen & co. pty. ltd.. 
Melbourne, Australia. 

Sun glaze on the river. See South- 
ern sketches. 

Sunbeam ; fox trot, melody by J. De 
Graff [of U. S.] 1325 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555354; 
Jere De Graff, Brooklyn. 

Sunbeam Sal; fox trot, words and 
music by W. P. Tulley [of U. S.], 
arr. by William Foley [of U. S.] 

1326 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555372; 
Walter Paul Tulley, Boston. 

Sunset fires ; words by Mrs. J. W. 
Bays, melody by Herman Dubois 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

1327 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555307; 
Mrs. .7. W. Bays, Buffalo, Mo. 

Sunset on the Mississippi. See 
Southern sketches. 

Sunset valley; words by Ray Sher- 
wood, music by John Meyer [of U. 
S.], arr. by J. Gravelle [of U. S. | ; 
male voices. 4to. 1328 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Ja'n. 17; E 
555235 : Vandersloot music pub. co., 
Williamsport, Pa. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Sunshine blues ; by C. D. Mertz [of 
U. S. | ; piano. [Blue print] 

1329 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553529; 
Charles Dorney Mertz, Frackville, 
Pa. 

Supplementary illustrations ; for 
Music — an art and a language, pt. 3, 
selected and ed. by Walter R. Spal- 
ding [of U. S.] ; pf. ( Schmidt's edu- 
cational series, no. 257°) 1330 
© Dec. 19, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 555088; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 



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Sue un air americain (With an 
American tune) ; one step, sur la 
ce!e">re chanson de Vincent Telly, 
par Laurent Halet, transcrit par J. 
Furgeot [of France] ; harmonie ou 
fanfare. 4to. 1331 

© Dec. 14. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551520; E Gaudet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on transcription] 

Susanne ; words and music hy E. F. 

Ford [of U. S.]. arr. by George 

Hirst [of U. S.] 1332 

© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1922; E 555284; 

Eugene Francis Ford, New York. 

Sweet chiming bells ; words by W. 
Wiederhold, melody by Herman Du- 
bois [of U. S.] 1333 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555315; 
Wm. Wiederhold, Carlsbad, Calif. 

Sweet Molly Malone ; words and 
music by Wal Brombv [of U. S.] 

1331 
© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; E 
553485 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Sweet mother ; words anon., music 

by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 

Y^ork, World music pub. corp. 1335 

© Jan. 4. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 

555073 ; S. H. Halsey, Camden, N. J. 

Sweet mother o' mine ; words by H. 
Seeger, music by E. Beecroft [of U. 
S.], arr. by Ray Muszar [of U. S.] 

1336 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553478: 
Edithe Beecroft and Hannah Seeger. 
Indianapolis. 

Sweetheart o' mine ; words and mu- 
sic by E. G. Peters [of U. S.] 1337 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553687: 
E. G. Peters, Fairview, Mont. 

Sylvan dance ; by Frederick A. Wil- 
liams [of U. S.] op. 101, no. 2; 
piano. 1338 

© Dec. 5, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1923 ; 
E 555256 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Ta roda ; words and melody by N. 
Roubanis [of U. S., 1st papers] 

1339 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553612; 
Nicholas Roubanis, New York. 

Taint no use ; words and melody by 
E. G. Black [of U. S.] 1340 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; E 555234: 
Elizabeth G. Black, Brooklyn. 



Take me back little sweetheart 
will you? words by A. J. Fitton, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] 1341 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553690; 
A. J. Fitton, Philadelphia. 

Take me to your heart ; fox trot 
song, words and music by W. C. Ahl- 
heim [of U. S.] 1342 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; 
E 553469 : Walter C. Ahlheim music 
co., Decatur, 111. 

Take this little rosebud ; words and 
music by J. Pierre Connor [of U. S.] 

1343 
© ! Jan. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; 
E 5535S9 : G. Ricordi & co., inc.. New 
York. 

Take thou my heart ; words by 
James Emmett Royce, music from 
Lasson's Crescendo, vocal arrange- 
ment by Lucie Frances Royce [of 
U. S.] 1344 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555368; 
Lucie Royce, Spokane. 

Taken ship : words by Charles Bux- 
ton Going, music by L. Thompson 
[of U. S.] 1345 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; E 555247; 
Leland Thompson, East Liverpool, O. 

Talk about your chicken ; words by 
J. A. Watts, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 1346 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553693; 
John A. Watts, Springfield, 111. 

Tampa Bay, you're calling to me; 
from Co-optimists, written by Laddie 
(lift, music by Melville Gideon [of 
England] [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 1347 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551747; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Tansman (Alexandre) 8 melodies 
japonaises (Uty Japonskie) ; Kai- 
kai', traduction polonaise de Remi- 
giusz Kwiatkowski, paroles et mu- 
sique d'A. Tansman [of France] 

1348 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551568; E. Demets, Paris. 

Tantalizin' mama ; words by Alex. 
Gerber and J. Preston Johnson, mu- 
sic by Max Kortlander [of U. S.] 

1349 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553473; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 



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136b* 



Tantum ergo; benediction hymn, three- 
part chorus, music by Agatha 
Pfeiffer [of U. S.] ; women's voices. 
(G. S. 8vo choruses, no. 7011) 
[Latin and English text] 1350 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; 
E 553551 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Tarantella c' 'o dinto e ffore ; versi 
e musica di C. Forte [of U. S. ; 
mand. ace] 1351 

© Dec. 10, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 555415; Carlo Forte, New 
York. 

Taxation blues ; words by A. W. Ric, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

1352 
© Jan. 4, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555070; Andra Wood Ric, Bryant, 
Okl. 

Taxes ; written and composed by Jack 
Foley [of England] [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 1353 

© Oct. 4, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; 
E 551798 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Te Detjm no. 2 in C ; Biblical text, 
music by Joseph Fletcher [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. 1354 

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; 
E 553603 ; W T m. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 

Tea flirtation; par Eclmond Laurens 

[of France] op. 54 ; orch. avec piano 

conducteur. 4to. 1355 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 

1923; E 551510; Heugel, Paris. 

Tea-hound go easy now ; words by 
Buddy Bolles [pseud, of Marx G. 
Sabel], music by H. C. Manucy [of 
U. S.] 1356 

© Dec. 11, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 555419 : Howard C. Manucy, Jack- 
sonville, Fla. 

Teacher Bailey. See J am a i c a n 
dances. 

Teazle-Peterkin ; by C. E. Nickerson 
[of U. S.], arr. by Willard Mayberry 
[of U. S.] ; piano. 1357 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; E 
553524; Converse E. Nickerson, Wa- 
terville, Me. 

Tempest of the heart. See Verdi 
(Giuseppe). 



That don't matter ; words and music 
by Herbert Rule and Fred Holt [of 
England] [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 1358 

© Oct. 8, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; 
E 551803 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

That is enough for me ; words by 
James Rowe, music by G. E. Vina- 
roff [of U. S.] (In Three new gos- 
pel songs) 1359 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 20; E 
553536 ; G. E. Vinaroff, Russell, Kan. 

That little contemptible bootleg- 
ger ; words by M. E. Saunders, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

1360 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553686; 

Martha E. Saunders, Langeloth, Pa. 

That little geranium growing on 
the window sill ; written and com- 
posed by George A. Stevens [of Eng- 
land] [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] 1361 
© Aug. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1923; E 551801; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

That's another one gone ; from Phi- 
Phi, words by Clifford Grey, music 
by H. Darewski [of England] 1362 
© Oct. 13, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; 
E 551796; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

That's why; words by Harriet Jor- 
dan and Martin Brandon, music by 
J. V. De Cimbcr [of U. S.] 1363 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; E 555411; 
J. V. Decimber, Milwaukee. 

That someone sweetheart is you ; 
words and music by F. Sims [of 
Canada], arr. by Jules Brazil [of 
Canada] . London, Canada, Sims 
pub. co. 1364 

© Dec. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1923 ; E 553467 ; Fred Sims, London. 
Canada. 

Theme ; andante, by H. E. Giammat- 
teo [of U. S.] op. 1, no. 1; piano. 

1365 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555360; 

Hercules E. Giammatteo, Brooklyn. 

Then you'll learn to give this world 

a smile ; words and music by J. C. 

Cobb [of U. S.] 1366 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; E 555232; 

Junie C. Cobb, Hot Springs, Ark. 

Therese. See Massenet (Jules Emile 
Frederic) 



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They didn't think I'd do it but I did ; 

lyric and music by P. Cronimus [of 

U. S.] 1367 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

555339 ; Philip Cronimus, Cincinnati. 

Thine image ; words and music by G. 

A. Towers [of U. S.] Seattle, Wash., 

Craig music press. 1368 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

555343 ; Grace Alice Towers, Seattle. 

Think of mother ; words by T. Smith, 
music by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 

1369 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 553644; 
Tina Smith, Salina, Kan. 

Third selection from The co-opti- 
mists ; a rr. on melodies of Melville 
Gideon, by Henry E. Pether [of 
England] ; piano. 1370 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551755; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Three choral pictures ; first set, 
words by Lewis Morris, music by 
Cyril Jenkins [of England] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. 1371 

© Mar. 16, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551771; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

Til dig. See Sange. 

Timber lay. See Jamaican dances. 

Times (The) waltz; by J. Gibson 

Tof Canada], arr. by Jules Brazil 

[of Canada] ; [violin] 1372 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 551365; 

John Gibson, Cataract, Canada. 

""Tis springtime ; words and music by 

May Hewes Dodge and John Wilson 

Dodge [of U. S.] ; high voice. 1373 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 

555145 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

To keh az khordane mey. See Fair- 
child (Blair) Deux chants popu- 
lates persans. 

To thee waltz ; by F. Olson [of U. 
S.|, arr. by Will P. Held J of U. 
S.] ; piano. Story City, la. Philhar- 
monic music co. 1374 
© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; E 
555417; Francis Olsen, Story City, 
la. 

Too many Smiths ; words by J. A. 
Fowler, music by Harry Jay [of 
U. S.] 1375 

© Dec. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1923; E 553468; J. A. Fowler, Mo- 
bile. 



Tootsie ; lyrics and music by Bob 
Sloane [of U. S.] 1376 

© Dec. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1923; E 555170; Robert Sloane mu- 
sic pub. co., Philadelphia. 

Tota pulchra es, Maria ; paroles 
Latin, musique de Ernest Chausson 
[of France] ; piano, orgue ou har- 
monium ace. 1377 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551563; Rouart, Lerolle et cie. 

Toys; a suite, by Mildred Weston [of 
U. S.] ; piano. 1378 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; 
E 555395 ; John Church Co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Tragedy (A) ; bird in a cage, by Fred- 
erick Albert Hoschke [of U. S.] op. 
29; piano. 1379 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; 
E 555323 ; Composers' music Corp., 
New York. 

Travels abroad ; words by W. Wieder- 
hold, melody by Herman Dubois 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

1380 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923 ; E 555316 ; 
Wm. Wiederhold, Carlsbad, Calif. 

Tres elegant ; fox-trot, par Alfredo 

Barbirolli [of Italy] ; orch. avec 

piano conducteur. 4to. 1381 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551539; Heugel, Paris. 

Triangelen ; fox-trot, af Brohm & 
Carsten von Bornemann [of Den- 
mark] op. 8 ; piano. Copenhagen and 
Leipzig, Wilhelm Hansen. 1382 

© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 551479; Brohm & Carsten von 
Bornemann, Copenhagen. 

Trio in F ; no. 4, by Francis J. Mor- 
gan [of England] ; violin, violon- 
cello and pf. 1383 
© Jan. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923 ; 
E 551783; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., 
London. 

Triomphale See Jorgensen (Axel) 
Suite. 

Trot your tootsie ; hot dog, hot foot, 
words and music by Vaughn De 
Leath [pseud, of L. von der Lieth, 
of U. S.] 1384 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553660; 
Leonore von der Lieth, New York. 



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140:? 



True eyes ; waltz or fox-trot ballad, 

words and melody by L. O. Berg- 

strom [of U. S.] 1385 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555346; 

Lee O. Bergstrom, Los Angeles. 

Trust ; words by Josephine Preston 
Peabody, music by Edward Shippen 
Barnes [of U. S.] ; high or medium 
voice. 1386 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; 
E 555155; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Trying ; words by Gus Kabn, music by 

Jimmy Henshel [of U. S.] 1387 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; 

E 553544; Jerome H. Remick & 

co., New York. 

Tseligopoula ; words and melody by 
N. Roubanis [of U. S., 1st papers] 

1388 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553611; 

Nicholas Roubanis, New York. 

Tu es mon matin ; entr' acte, par V. 

Dyck [of France] ; violon solo et 

petit orch. 4to. 1389 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551544; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

Tuoi (I) baci (The kiss of you) ; 
words by Mario Rapisardi, music 
and English version by Demo R. 
Caruso [of U. S.] ; sop. or ten. in A. 

1390 
© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; 
E 553631; Mauro V. Cardilli, New 
York. 

Turtle dove; fox trot song, words and 
music by Victor Leon [of U. S.] 

1391 

© Jan. 17, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; 

E 553521 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Twas the night before Christmas ; 
cantata, words by Clement C. Moore, 
music by Peter Christian Lutkin' 
[of U. S.] ; children's voices. 4to. 

1392 

© Jan. 7, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 

555286; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Twee-twa-twa ; meanest blues in 

town, words and melody by Lemuel 

Fowler [of U. S.] 1393 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1923; E 555233; 

Garnett A. Nichols, New York. 

Twilight memories ; words by C. C. 
Cox, music by A. N. Cosner [of 
U.S.] [Photostat] 1394 

© Aug. 28, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1923; E 555409; Amsey N. Cosner. 
Newton, N. J. 



Underneath a Chinese moon ; from 
The china blue plate, words by Jack 
Arnold, music by Baldwin Sloane 
[of U. S.] 1395 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
553632; M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. 

Upper (The) crust; from Glory, 

words by Joseph McCarthy, music 

by Harry Tierney [of U. S.] 1396 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

5535S7 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Valley of the wild red rose ; words 

by W. M. Haury, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] 1397 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553731; 

William M. Haury, Seattle. 

Valse-lied ; by Gustave Ferrari [of 

U. S.] ; piano. 1398 

© Dec. 15, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 

1923; E 555251; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 

Valse plaintive; by P. C. Decker [of 
U. S.] ; piano. 1399 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553528; 
Percy C. Decker, New York. 

Vampin (A) brown; words and mel- 
ody by L. Austin [of U. S.] ; in D 
sharp. 1400 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553540; 
Lovie Austin, Chicago. 

Venga (Viens) ; tango, par S. Esve 

[of France] ; piano. 1401 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 

1923; E 551549; Jean Jobert, Paris. 

Verdi (Giuseppe) Tempest of the 
heart. See Junior (The) illustrated 
piano method. 

Vers l'eglise. See Dimanche basque. 

Vie; words and music by F. Donald- 
son [of U. S.], arr. by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 1402 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553724; 
Frank Donaldson, New York. 

Volga boatman's song ; barge hauler's 
chant, three-part song, tr. from the 
Russian by Edward Bromberg, mu- 
sic a Russian folksong, arr. by Vic- 
tor Harris [of U. S.], based on the 
harmonization of Edward Brom- 
berg ; women's voices. 4to. 1403 
© Jan. 10, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; E 
553582; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



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Yolga-keringo ; Magyar szoveget irta 
U. Szabo Janos, szerze N. R. Baka- 
lainikov [pseud, of Alex. Huber of 
Hungary] ; piano with words. 

1404 
© Aug. 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 16; E 
551116; Francis Bard & son, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 

Volunteer (The) choir; monthly 
magazine, ed. by E. S. Lorenz and 
others [of U. S.] Thanlsgiving 
number, v. 10, no. 1, Oct., 1922. 
4to. 1405 

© Sept. 21, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
7 ; A 685955 ; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

Christmas number, v. 

10, no. 2, Nov., 1922. 4to. 1406 

© Oct. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Nov. 
11 ; A 689439 ; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

v. 10, no. 3, Dec, 1922. 

4to. 1407 

© Nov. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
23 ; A 694154 ; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

— v. 10, no. 4, Jan., 1923. 

4to. 1408 

© Dec. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
22, 1923 ; A 695725 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Waifs and strays of Gaelic melody; 
coll. and ed. by F. O'Neill [of U. S.], 
arr. by Selena O'Neill. Chicago, 
Lycn & Healy. 1409 

© Nov. 18, 1922; 2 c. and aff. 
Nov. 29 ; A 692177 ; Francis O'Neill, 
Chicago. 

Waiting ; words and music by D. W. 

Schenck [of U. S.] 1410 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555329; 

Delbert Worth Schenck, Kansas 

City, Mo. 

Wanita, wanna eat, wanna eat ; 
from the Passing show of 1922, 
words by Al. Sherman, music by 
Sam Coslow [of U. S.] 1411 

© Jan. 26, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; 
E 553635 ; Stark & Cowan, inc., New 
York. 

Waves ; by N. Louise Wright [of U. 
S.] ; piano. (By the lake, no. 1) 

1412 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

553553; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 



We give immortal praises ; anthem, 
founded upon Claremont, words by 
Isaac Watts, music by Wm. E. 
Fletcher [of Canada] ; mixed voices, 
organ ace. 4to. 1413 

© Jan. 15, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 18 ; E 
551757 ; Anglo-Canadian music co., 
Toronto, Canada. 

We shall join the shouting, by and 
by. See Choice songs. 

We want a tot of rum ; words by the 
navy, music by H. Darewski [of 
England] ; in E flat. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] 1414 

© Dec. 5, 1922 : 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; 
E 551802 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Wee (A) bit o' sunshine o' mine; 

words and music by I. C. Rodgers 

[of U. S.] 1415 

© 1 c. Feb. 1. 1923: E 553736; 

Irene Chealy Rodgers, Seattle. 

VVee (The) marine's lullaby; words 

and melody by M. L. Hicks [of 

U. S.] 1416 

© 1 c. Jan. 27. 1923; E 553642; 

Margaret L. Hicks, Brooklyn. 

Weidt's chord system ; simplified 
harmony lesson 15, by A. J. Weidt 
[of U. S.] 1417 

© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Nov. 8; aff. 
Dec. 30 ; A 693913 ; Albert J. Weidt, 
Newark, N. J. 

Well known hymns for men's 
voices ; for church and fraternal 
use, arr. and ed. by Frederick Wick 
I of U. S.] 1418 

© Oct. 6, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
14; A 687531; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

What ev'ry girl is seeking ; words 
4*y E. J. Crookes, music by William 
Tully Murphy [of U. S.] 1419 

© Dec. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 555416; Edward John Crookes, 
East Hartford, Conn. 

What'll you do when your daddy 
says good bye ; words and melody 
bv G. F. Baquet [of U. S.], arr. by 
Ellis Reynolds [of U. S.] 1420 

© 1 c. Jan. 20. 1923; E 555301; 
George Francis Baquet, Philadel- 
phia. 

What's your hurry? eccentric fox 

trot, by Effie F. Kamman [of U. S.] ; 

pin no. Operatic ed. 1421 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

. 553542 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 



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no. 2, 1923 



1480 



When Dixie smiles : by Geo. L. Lans- 
ing [of U. S.] ; banjo solo With 
piano ace. Nicomede ed. Altoona, 
Pa., Lustroil co. 1422 

© Dec. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8. 1923 ; 
E 555066 ; Joe Nicomede, Altoona, 
Pa. 

When I dream of Florida : words by 

M. Oeffinger, music by Luther A. 

Clark [of U. S.] 1423 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 553645: 

M. Oeffinger, Altoona. Pa. 

When I look into your eyes, mother 
dear ; words by F. L. Thornton, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

1424 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923: E 553708; 
F. L. Thornton, Asbury Park. 

When I'm dead and gone : words and 
meiodv by H. Cunningham [of U. S.] 

1 125 
i~) 1 c. Jan. 8, 1923; E 555110; 
Harry Cunningham, San Leandro, 
Calif. 

When I think of little you ; words 
and music by L. P. Fournier [of 
U. S.] 1426 

© 1 c. Jan. 19. 1923; E 555296; 
Lillian Poole Fournier, Sault Ste. 
Marie, Mich. 

When the sun goes down ; from Co- 
optimists, written by Laddie Cliff, 
music by Melville Gideon [of Eng- 
land] [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] 1427 
© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551744; Francis. Day & 
Hunter, London. 

When will the sun shine for me? 
fox trot ballad, words by Benny 
Davis, music by Abner Silver [of 
U. S.] 1428 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18: E 
553484; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

When will you tell me? words and 
music by R. Morton [of U. S.] Long 
Branch, N. J., Keith's music pub. 
house. 1429 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1923; E 555179; Robert Morton, 
Long Branch, N. J. 

When you know ; words and music 

by H. Dinowitzer [of U. S.], arr. 

by Vera Elliott [of U. S.] 1430 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; E 555412; 

Henry Dinowitzer, Venice, Calif. 



When you weary of your burden, 
smile on : words and music by 
L. P. Fournier [of U. S.] 1431 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; E 555293; 
Lilian Poole Fournier, Sault Ste. 
Marie, Mich. 



Where's my lover' 
dances. 



See Jamaicnn 



Which, Santa Claus or Mother 
Goose? Christmas cantata, libretto 
and music by Alfred Henry Acklev 
[of U. S.] 8vo. 1432 

© Oct. 17, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
25 ; A 688393 ; Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 

While my angel mother's near ; 

words and music by H. F. Fornev 

[of U. S.] 1433 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553730: 

Howard F. Forney, Youngstown, O. 

White (A) rose; words by John 
Boyle O'Reilly, music by Wintter 
Watts [of U. S.] ; high or medium 
voice. 1434 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
553547 ; G. Schirmer. inc.. New York. 

Who can harm a girl like her ; 
words by R. O. Schroeder. music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

1435 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553711; 
Reuben O. Schroeder, Sheboygan 
Falls, Wis. 

Who's crying now ; words and melody 
by A. Gabriel [of U. S.] 1433 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553676; 
Aaron Gabriel, New York. 

Who shall roll the stone' away ; 
Easter anthem, music by Joseph 
Fletcher [of IT. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Sanctuary) 1437 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 10; E 
555116 ; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield Park. 
N. J. 

Whoops-a-daisy ; words and music by 
Lionel Rothery and Val Watson [of 
England] : in C. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 1438 

© Dec. 27, . 1922 :1c. Jan. 18, 
1923 ; E 551791 : Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Why : words by Frederick H. Martens, 
music by Louis Merrill [of U. S.] 

1439 
© 1 c. Jan. 22. 1923; E 555351; 
Louis G. Merrill, Bogota, N. J. 



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Wilson's songs and ballads : words 
by various authors, music by Ira B. 
Wilson and others [of U. S.] ; men's 
voices. 4to. 1440 

© Oct. 17, 1922 : 2 c. and aff. Nov. 
11 ; A 689441 ; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

Wishing (The) moon; words by L. 
W. Morse, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 1441 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923: E 553718; 
Louis W. Morse, Derry, N. H. 

Within the walls of China : a 

Chinese episode, by Katherine Allan 

Lively [of U. S.] ; piano. 1442 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

553549 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

by Katherine Allan Lively, arr. 

by Adolf Schmid [of England, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; orch. (Galaxy, 
no. 224) 1443 



© Jan. 18, 192^ 



c. Jan. 24; E 



555408 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Wolf. See Little Red Riding Hood. 

Woman ; a 'waltz song, words and 
music bv Joseph G. Scoville [of U. 
S.} 1444 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 9; E 
555236; Walter B. Scoville co., Og- 
den, Utah. 

Woman (The) of Sychar ; a sacred 
cantata, four part chorus, text from 
the Bible adapted and paraphrased 
by Frederick H. Martens, music by 
R. S. Stoughton [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices With soli and organ ace. 4to. 
(White-Smith temple edition canta- 
tas) 1445 
© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
553679 ; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 

Women (The) have simply made me 
wild ; words by A. W. Crawford, 
melody by Herman Dubois [pseud, 
of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 1443 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923: E 555314; 
Arthur W. Crawford, Beach, N. D. 

Wonderful one ; waltz adapted from 
a theme by Marshall Neilan, words 
by Dorothy Ferriss, music by Paul 
Whiteman and Ferdie Grofe [of U. 
S.], arr. by Frank E. Barry [of U. 
S.] ; orch. Feist ed. 4to. 1447 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 
555279; Leo Feist, inc., New Y T ork. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



Wonderful tidings ; Christmas serv- 
ice, words by various authors, music 
by Fred B. Holton and Carolyn R. 
Freeman [of U. S.] 8vo. 1448 

© Sept. 21, 1922 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
7 ; A 685954 ; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

Wonderful you ; from Lady Butter- 
fly, words by Clifford Grey, music 
by Werner Janssen [of U. S.] 

1449 
© Jan. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; E 
555397 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Wondrous (A) word. See Christmas 
(A) surprise. 

Won't you be mine : fox trot, by Wm. 
Morris [of U. S.], arr. by Thos. J. 
Armstrong [of U. S.] ; ten. banjo 
solo with piano ace. Nicomede ed. 
Altoona, Pa., Lustroil co. 1450 

© Dec. 24, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1923 : E 555059 ; Joe Nicomede, Al- 
toona, Pa. 

Wood (The) choppers. See Little Red 
Riding Hood. 

World (The) is going dry ; conven- 
tion song, words by J. H. Larimore, 
music G. G. Grabill [of U. S.] 12mo. 

1451 
© Sept. 27, 1921 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
2, 1922; A 685657; World league 
against alcoholism, Westerville, O. 

World's (The) Redeemer; Easter can- 
tata, words and compilation by Ed- 
ward Oxenford, music by Ernest A. 
Dicks [of Great Britain] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. 1452 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555092 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Yellowstone trail ; words by E. C. 
O'Hara, melody by E. C. O'Hara [of 
U. S.] and C. B. Madder [of Eng- 
land], arr. by E. C. O'Hara. 1453 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1923; E 555282; 
Emory Chas. O'Hara and Chas. B: 
Madder, Milwaukee. 

Y^ente dhie grine ; words by Morris 

Rund,. music by Samuel Weisser [of 

U. S.] 1454 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553669; 

M. Rund and S. Weisser, New York. 

Yesterday ; words by Alex. Gerber, 
music by Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] 

1455 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 553474; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 



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1478 



Yeux (Les) ; romance, par A. Baus- 
sart [of France] ; violon solo, avec 
ace. de petit orch. et piano coridue- 
teur. 4to. 1456 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551542; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

Yiddishee (Der) Sante Clause ; duet. 
words and melody by J. I. Tanzman 
[of U. S.] 1457 

©I.e. Jan. 12, 1923 ; E 555326 j> 
Joseph I. Tanzman, Brooklyn. 

You and I and love ; valse song, words 
by P. J. O'Reilly, music by Roger J. 
Sinclair [of England] 1458 

© Nov. 29, 1922: 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1923; E 551808; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

YOU GO YOUR WAY AND I'LL GO MINE ', 

words and melody by H. H. Rettig 

[of U. S.] 1459 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; E 553579: 

Herman Hicky Rettig, Newark. N. J. 

You JUST can't have no one man by 
yourself ; words and melody by 
Mercedes Gilbert and James P. 
Johnson [of U. S.] 1460 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; E 553661; 
Clarence Williams music pub. co.. 
inc., New York. 

You know how 'tis ! from Snap, 
words by Dion Titheradge, music by 
Philip Braham [of England] [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] 1461 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1923; E 551746; Francis. Day & 
Hunter, London. 

YOU MAY HAVE SOME LOVING BUT YOU 

can't have it all ; words and music 
by H. C. Washington [of U. S.] 

1462 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
555097; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

YOU MUST TELL HER BY MOONLIGHT; 

words and melody by K. Casey [of 
, U. S.] 1463 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553527; 
Kenneth Casey, Brooklyn. 

You never know ; duet, vocal fox-trot 
from Listening-in, words by Bert 
Lee and R. P. Weston, music by 
Herman Darewski [of England] ; in 
F. [Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

1464 
© Sept. 25, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1923; E 551812; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 



You're the leader of them all B. P. 
O. E ; words and music by J. Cron- 
son [of U. S.] 1465 

© Dec. 15, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1923; E 553683; Joseph Cronson, 
Providence, R. I. 

You're tired of being dearie; words 
and music by L. P. Fournier [of U. 
S. ] 1466 

© 1 c. Jan. 19. 1923; E 555294; 
Lillian Poole Fournier, Sault Ste. 
Marie, Mich. 

You've got to see mamma ev'ry night, 
or you can't see mamma at all | 
words and music by Billy Rose and 
Con Conrad [of U. S.] 1467 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; E 
553522 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

You've made a hit with me ; fox tEQfc, 
words by Harry N. La Riviere, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

1468 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553702; 

Harry N. La Riviere, Aberdeen, Md. 

YOU WILL COME BACK SOMEDAY; WOrd.S 

and music by E. R. Cheney [of U. 
S.]. arr. by Vern Elliott [of U. S.l 

1469 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 553646; 
Earl R. Cheney, Los Angeles. 

YOU WILL MISS ME SWEETHEART | 

words by J. B. C, music by Herman 
Darewski [of England] [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] 1470 

© Aug. 25, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1923: E 551793; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Your eyes of Irish blue ; words and 

music by J. H. . Bane [of U. S.] 

Boston, Mass., Max Fishman. 1471 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; E 

553525; J. H. Bane, Boston. 

Your heart ; words and music by M. 

Lehmann [of U. S.], arr. by Stanley 

Learning. 1472 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 553691; 

Meta Lehmann, Taos, N. M. 

Your love for mine ; ballad, words by 
Nell Fleming, music by E. Fleming 
[of Great Britain] Popular ed. 
Los Angeles, Calif., Los Angeles mu- 
sic pub. co. 1473 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 17; E 
555241 ; Ernest Fleming, La Vina, 
Calif. 



34896—23- 



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YOURS FRATERNALLY IN DELTA SIGMA 

pi ; words and music by William F. 
Gregory [of U. S.] 1474 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; E 
§55056 ; International fraternity of 
Delta sigma pi, Chicago. 



8eme nocturne; par Casimir Renard 

[of France] op. 193 ; piano, en mi 

bemol. 1475 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 

E 551548; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1923: 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 1 unpublished) 5 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 440 unpublished) 1, 470 



Total 1,475 



98 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4. 1909. 1475 



Calvary (The) selection of spirit- 
ual SONGS WITH MUSIC FOR THE 

church and the choir ; selected and 
arr. by Charles S. Robinson and 
Robert S. MacArthur. 1 

© Mary L. R. Gaylord, New York, 
as the child of the deceased author, 
R. 21443, July 13, 1922. 

Calvary (The) selection of spirit- 
ual SONGS WITH MUSIC FOR USE IN 

social meetings ; selected and arr. 
by Charles S. Robinson and Robert 
S. MacArthur. 2 



© Mary L. R. Gaylord, New York, 
as the child of the deceased author, 
R. 21444, July 13, 1922. 

Gospel hymns ; ed. and compiled by 
Ira D. Sankey, James McGranahan 
and Geo. C. Stebbins. nos. 1-6, com- 
plete. 3 
© Bigelow & Main co. and John 
Church co., New York, as proprie- 
tors. R 21550, Aug. 10. 1922. 



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!)!) 



LiST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE ME- 
CHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. 1 (E) OF THE ACT OF 
MAR. 4, 1909. 1475 



AM I TO BLAME. 4 

© Broadway music eorp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 16. 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 125. 

And she's only a baby that's all. 5 
© Orpheum music co., Boston. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 125. 

At the Indian cabaret. 6 

© Orpbeum music co., Boston. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 125. 

Counterfeit Bill from Louisville. 7 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1923 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 124. 

Gbying for you. 8 

© Leo Feist, inc.. New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 31. 1923 ; recorded, v. 
5, p. 120. 

Dance. 9 

© Beilin & Horowitz, inc.. New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 12(5. 

Don't talk about me ; don't fan me. 

10 

© Gus Butler, Cbicago. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 15, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 

p. 125. 

Gipsy (The) caravan; by Otto 
Langey. 11 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 19, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 125. 

Grandioso; by Otto Langey. (Photo- 
play music, no. 18) 12 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 19, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 126. 

How proud I'll be. 13 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 17, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 125. 



I find 'em, fool 'em, fondle and for- 
get 'em. 14 
© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 125. 

I'll be laughing at you when you 

say goodbye. 15 

© Beilin & Horowitz, inc., New 

York. Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1923; 

recorded, v. 5, p. 126. 

I love me. 16 

© Broadwav music corp., New 
York. Notice 'rec'd Feb. 16, 1923 ; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 125. 

In our parlor on a Sunday night ; 
lyric by Benton Ley. music by Lee 
David. 17 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 13, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 124. 

Jesus of Nazareth. King ! words and 

music by Bernard Hamblen. 18 

© Chappell & co.. ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1923 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 124. 

Lady Butterfly. 19 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 31. 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 120.' 

Laughter and love and you ; lyric 
by J. Keirn Brennan, music by 
Judson House. 20 

© k M. Witmark & sons. New Y^ork. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 13. 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 124. 

Little lost rolling stone. 21 

© Edward B. Marks music co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 
1923 ; recorded, y. 5. p. 125. 

Little Yvette : words by Fred E. 
Weatherly, music by Haydn Wood, 

22 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5,jl 125. 



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pt. in. n. s., v. 18, no. 2, 192^ 



Mome (La) tango. 23 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd .Jan. 31, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p 120. 

Pomposo; by Gaston Borcli. (Photo- 
play music, no. 27) 24 

© Oliver Ditson co„ Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 19, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 126. 

Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) The 
Swan (Lie cygne) ; by C. Saint-Saens, 
trans, by E. Hoskier, ed. by Karl 
Benker. 25 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd P>b. 19, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 126. 

Steal a little kiss while dancing. 

26 

© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 16, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 125. 



Swan (The) See 
(Charles Camille) 



Saint - Saens 



Tell me with smiles. 27 

(c) Richmond-Robbins, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 14, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 124. 

Waltz (The) of love; come let us 

dance. 28 

©Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc., 

New' York. Notice rec'd Feb. 16, 

1923 : recorded, v. 5, p. 125. 

Wet yo' thumb. 29- 

© Beilin & Horowitz, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1923 ; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 126. 

While you were making believe I 

FELL IN LOVE WITH YOU. 30 

© Beilin & Horowitz, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5. p. 126, 

Why do I care for you. . 31 

© Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc., 
New Y^ork. Notice rec'd Feb. 16, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 125. 

Y/esterday. 32 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 17, 1923 ; recorded,, 
v. 5, p. 125. 



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1476-3369 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1«91, 
OF JUNE 30, 1900, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 

LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1923 

NEW SERIES,' VOLUME 18 

No. 3 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

LIBRARY BRANCH 

1923 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users oe this Catalogue. 

"T^HE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, con- 
■*■ taining the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical compo- 
sitions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and is 
followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not conveniently 
alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.) 

Exceptions. — (l) In the case of editions of classical music instead of scat- 
tering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by an 
entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search should be 
made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann Sebastian); 
Beethoven (Ludwig van); Bizet (Georges); Brahms (Johannes); Chaminade 
(Cecile Louise Stephanie); Chopin (Frederic Frangois) ; Delibes (Clement Phili- 
bert Leo); Flotow (Friedrich von); Gounod (Charles Francois); Grieg (Edvard 
Hagerup); Handel (Georg Friedrich); Haydn (Franz Josef); Leoncavello (Rug- 
giero); Liszt (Franz); MacDowell (Edward Alexander); Massenet (Jules Emile 
Frederic) ; Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) ; Offenbach (Jacques) ; 
Raff (Joseph Joachim); Saint-Saens (Charles Camille); Schubert (Franz Peter); 
Schumann (Robert Alexander); Strauss (Richard); Verdi (Giuseppe); Wagner 
(Richard) In the case of all such works, however, there are cross references in 
the title alphabet from the title of each work, 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., "waltz," "dance," "march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," " study," 
" exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable by the name 
of the composer) are entered under the composer's name without cross reference 
from the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also the 
claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and address 
of the publisher differ from those of the copyright proprietor, mention of the 
fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of publication 
and name of publisher. 



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EXPLANATIONS TO BE NOTED BY USERS OE THIS CATALOGUE. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise stated. 
Titles reading " Words by," " Music by," are to be understood as songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been abro- 
gated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for entry 
in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "E," Class E, 
Musical compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; "©," im- 
plies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of 
publication; "© 1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; 
and " 2 c," for 2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of 
contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues containing such 
contributions is required. 

A list of copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compositions 
under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this 
issue immediately following the text. 

A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions used 
or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instruments serving to 
reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 (e) of the 
act of March 4, 1909, follows the list of renewals. 

The final number, completing the volume, is followed by a full annual index 
to both composers and proprietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which 
must be for the complete calendar year, is $1, payable in advance, to the Super- 
intendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express 
order, or New York draft. 



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NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from Jul}' 1, 1909, to June 30, 1914, inclusive, are 
still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1923. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be sup- 
plied on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Con- 
gress, Washington, D. C. 



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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UN- 
AUTHORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of 
music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical in- 
struments in the case of Australia, and the territories of Papua and 
Norfolk Island, Austria, Belgium, Cuba, Denmark, France, Germany, 
Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Luxemburg, the Netherlands. New Zea- 
land, Norway, and Sweden. The President signed proclamations to 
this effect on the following dates : Australia and the territories of 
Papua and Norfolk Island (Apr. 3. 1918. effective Mar. 15, 1018), 
Austria (May 25, 1922), Belgium (June 14. 1911, effective July 1, 
1909), Cuba (Nov. 27. 1911), Denmark (Dec. 9, 1920), France CMav 
24, 1918). Germany (Dec. 8, 1910, May 25/ 1922), Great Britain (Jan. 
1, 1915), Hungary' (June 3, 1922), Italy (May 1, 1915, June 3. 1922), 
Luxemburg (June 14, 1911, effective June 29. 1910), the Netherlands 
(Feb. 26/1923, effective Oct. 2, 1922), New Zealand (Feb. 9, 1917, 
effective Dec. 1, 1916, May 25, 1922), Norway (June 14, 1911. effective 
Sept. 9. 1910), Sweden (Feb. 27, 1920. effective Feb. 1, 1920). These 
proclamations were printed in the Catalogue of Copyright Entries, 
Part 3, vol. 6. pages v— x of no. 7, and pages iv-v of no. 12; vol. 10, 
pages viii-xi of no. 3, and pages viii-ix of no. 4; vol. 12, pages v-ix 
of no. 3 ; vol. 13, pages vi-xii of no. 5 ; vol. 15, pages v-vii of no. 3, 
and pages vi-xiv of no. 13 ; vol. 17, pages vii-xix of no. 6; and vol. 18, 
pages vi-vii of no. 3. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of 
Hungary so far as the provisions of section 1 (e) are concerned, the 
proclamation dated October 15, 1912, putting into effect the conven- 
tion between the United States and Hungary, specifically provides 
that the general copyright protection secured by article 1 includes 
• the copyright control of mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated fulfill 
the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) of 
the act of Congress of March 4. 1909; Mexico (May 8. 1911). and 
Switzerland (Apr. 8, 1911). 



The copyright convention signed at' the Fourth International Amer- 
ican Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was proclaimed 
by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914. This con- 
vention is understood to be in effect as between the United States 
and Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, 
Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua. Panama, Paraguay, Peru. 
Salvador, and Uruguay. 



(v) 



COPYRIGHT— NETHERLANDS 

By the President oe the United States of America: 
A PROCLAMATION 

Whereas it is provided by the act of Congress approved March 4, 
1909 (35 Stat. L. 1075) entitled "An act to amend and consolidate the 
acts respecting copyright," that the provisions of section 1 (<?) of said 
act, "so far as they secure copyright controlling the parts of instru- 
ments serving to reproduce mechanically the musical work, shall in- 
clude only compositions published and copyrighted after this act goes 
into effect, and shall not include the works of a foreign author or 
composer unless the foreign state or nation of which such author or 
composer is a citizen or subject grants, either by treaty, convention, 
agreement, or law, to citizens of the United States similar rights" ; and. 

Whereas it is further provided that the copyright secured by the 
act shall extend to the work of an author or proprietor who is a citizen 
or subject of a foreign state or nation, only upon certain conditions 
set forth in section 8 of said act, to-wit: 

(a) When an alien author or proprietor shall be domiciled within 
the United States at the time of the first publication of his work; or 

(b) When the foreign state or nation of which such author or pro- 
prietor is a citizen or subject grants, either by treaty, convention, 
agreement, or law, to citizens of the United States the benefit of copy- 
right on substantially the same basis as to its own citizens, or copy- 
right protection substantially equal to the protection secured to such 
foreign author under this act or by treaty ; or when such foreign state 
or nation is a party to an international agreement which provides for 
reciprocity in the granting of copyright, by the terms of which agree- 
ment the United States may, at its pleasure, become a party thereto ; 
and, 

Whereas it is also provided by said section that "the existence of 
the reciprocal conditions aforesaid shall be determined by the President 
of the United States, by proclamation made from time to time, as the 
purposes of this act may require" ; and 

Whereas the President of the United States in a proclamation dated 
April 9, 1910 (36 Stat. L. 2685), proclaimed that subjects of the 
Netherlands since July 1, 1909, have been entitled to all the benefits 
of the copyright act approved March 4, 1909, other than the benefits 
under section 1 (e) thereof; and, 

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Whereas the Government of the Netherlands declared on October 2, 
1922, that under the laws in force in that country "citizens of the 
United States may claim copyright in the Netherlands and possessions 
with respect to their musical works made or published for the first time 
since the date of this declaration, which copyright includes the ex- 
clusive right to manufacture rolls, discs, and other objects for the 
mechanical reproduction of a work in whole or in part, as well as the 
exclusive right to give public representations or executions by means 
of these instruments, and this independently of the fact that these 
instruments have been made either in the Netherlands and possessions 
or in the United States of America or elsewhere"; 

Now, therefore, I, Warren G. Harding, President of the United 
States of America, do declare and proclaim that one of the alternative 
conditions specified in sections 1 (e) and 8 (b) of the act of March 4, 
1909, was fulfilled in respect to the subjects of the Netherlands on 
October 2, 1922, and that the subjects of the Netherlands from and 
after that date shall be entitled to all the benefits of the said act, in- 
cluding copyright controlling the parts of instruments serving to 
reproduce mechanically a musical work, as provided in section 1 (e) of 
the said act, in the case of ail works by the Netherlands authors which 
have been published on or after October 2, 1922, and have obtained 
copyright in accordance with the laws of the United States. 

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Seal of the United States to be affixed. 

Done at the city of Washington this twenty-sixth day of February, 
in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and 

[sEai,.] twenty-three, and of the Independence of the United States 
of America the one hundred and forty-seventh. 

Warren G. Harding. 
By the President : 

Charles E. Hughes, 

Secretary of State. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



A brivELE fin Ruseaxd; words and 
melod}- by A. King [of U. S.i 1476 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560276; 
Adolph King, New York. 

A la jafonaise. See Vavin (Ernest) 
Six miniatures. 

A la nature; sonnet, paroles de Mar- 
guerite Roche, musique de Casimir 
Renard [of France] op. 192. 1477 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551577: Ch. Hayet, Paris. 

'A p artexza ; canzone militare, versi di 
A. Peronace, musica di G. Ingenito iof 

U. S. ; mand. ace.] New York, Naples, 

Canzonetta napoletana. 1478 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8: E 

560322; A. Peronace & co., New York. 

Abandon. See Trois emotions. 

AbbiTTE; gedicht von Holderlcin, musik 

von Hans Pfitzner iof Germany] op. 

29, no. 1. 1479 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551659; Adolph Furstner, Berlin. 

Abduction of the bride. See Grieg 
(Edvard Hagerup) Peer Gynt suite 



Abide with me; duet, by Joseph Barn- 
by, ed. and arr. by C. H. H. Booth iof 
U. S.i; sop. and alto. (Sacred duets, 
no. 19) 1480 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 
555897; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield Park, 
N. J. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and arrangement i 

AbscitiedswaezEr (Yalse d'adieu) ; von 
■ Erik Meyer-Helmund iof Germany] ; 
piano. 1481 

© May 1. 1922; 1 c. Mav 11; E 
551828; A. Cranz, Brussels, Belgium. 

Absent friexds; meditation, by J. War- 
wick Moore iof England] ; piano. 1482 
© Jan. 27, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 31; E 
556079; Whale}, Royce & co., ltd., 
Toronto, Canada. 

A-courtin' cael; glee, words by Ed- 
mund Vance Cook, music bv H." Alex- 



ander Matthews iof U. S.i ; men's 
voices. 4to. 1483 

© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1923; 
E 560176; Heidelberg press, Philadel- 
phia. 

Activity; march, by Harold Bennett 
tof U. S.] ; band. Cincinnati, O., Fill- 
more music house. 4to. 1484 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555496 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Add-a-mxe sweet Adeline; words and 

melodv bv H. B. Kaiser and Buddv 

Fields" rof'U. S.i 1485 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555635; 

Howard B. Kaiser, Detroit. 

AnELPHiA wai/tz ; bv R. Mount tof 
U. S.j ; piano. 1486 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555642; 
Rose Mount, Albany. 

Adios, trtguExa ; cancion mexicana, 
ipalabrasi y musica de E. Vigil y 
Robles iof Mexico] 1487 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 15; E 
551711; Eduardo Vigil y Robles, Mex- 
ico City, Mexico. 

Adoremus axd ps. Laudate Dominum; 
Latin motet, music by Jos. Descher- 
meier tof Germany] op. 162, no. 5; 
mixed voices. (In Fischer edition:* 
Cantiones variae, no. 5) 1488 

© Feb. 20,- 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; E 

. 560241 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

After vou're mixe "xeath eock amm 
KEY ; words and melody by F. E. Hiner ' 
iof U. S.i, arr. bv Harrv P. Guy'rof 
U. S.i 1489 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553763; 
Florence Emma Hiner, Detroit. 

Again the hoey Sabbath is gone; 
poem by Joseph Jaffe, music by Solo- 
mon Golub tof U. S.i, cd. by H. Pospi- 
schil. 

(roE? "i2?i puna rx -li'T'n) 

1490 
© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23. 1923; 
E 555959; N'Ginah pub. co., inc., New 
York. 



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1491 



pt. in, n. s., v. IS 



Ah! moox of my delight; from In a 
Persian garden, by Lehmann, played 
by William E. Berge rof U. S.i ; in 
G maj. (Ampico, word roll, no. 
743-F) 1491 

© July 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923 ; 
E 560105 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Ai yah; by L. A. Daly tof U. S-if 
melody with piano ace. 1492 

© 1 c. Jan. 29. 1923: E 553795; 
Lewis Alden Daly, New York. 

Ain't love a wondereul thing; um- 
m-m papa, um-m-m mama, words by 
King Zany [pseud, of Jack Dill], music 
by Roy Ingraham tof U. S.i 1493 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560259; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Air. See Suite dans le style ancien: 

Air a danser. See Chaminade (Cecile 
Louise Stephanie) 

Akaba; intermezzo orientale, di Felice 
Carena [of Italy] ; piccola orch. con 
pf. conduttore. Edizioni Carisch. 4to. 
(Collection Etoile) 1494 

© Dec. 6, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 556056; A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 

Ai, di la di quei Monti ; versi di Giu- 
seppe Maestrale, musica di Vincenzo 
Santangelo [of Italy; mand. acc.i 
Naples, Edizioni La sorgente. 4to. 

1495 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 

E 556101 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Alabam' ; words by I. R. Achong, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

1496 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560221; 
Ivan Raphael Achong, New York. 

Alabama in The evening ; words by 

Martin Brandon, music by J. V. De 

Cimber tof U. S.i 1497 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 553794; J. V. 

De Cimber, Milwaukee. 

Alanna machree ; words and music by 

E. D. Smith tof U. S.i 1498 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 

553879; Eliza Doyle Smith, Chicago. 

Album oe eight pieces; by Modest 
Moussorgsky [of U. S.i I piano. (Bos- 
ton music company edition, no. 394) 

1499 



© Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
555827; Boston music co., New York. 

Alibi blues ; words by Spencer Williams, 
melody by Anton Lada tof U. S.i 1500 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923 ;~E 555434; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 

Alice where art thou. See MacMur- 
ray (Frederick) Four melodies for 
violin alone. 

All muddled up; fox trot, by Percy 
Wen rich, arr. by O. Sciacca tof U. S.i ; 
band. 4to. 1501 

© Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 
555877; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

All nite long; words by Geo. S. Tyner. 

music by Jack Coakley tof U. S.i 1502 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 

553864; Reece & Fuhrman, inc., San 

Francisco. 

All over you ; words and arr. by F. 
Anderson, melody by R. E. Spencer 
tof U. S.] 1503 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 560048; 
Robert Elliott Spencer and Frank An- 
derson, San Francisco. 

All the world is filled with love; 
words by A. Rankin, music .by Geo. 
Graff, jr. ( of U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. 
Beach f of U. S.] 1504 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558068; 
Alexander Rankin, New York. 

All through a big bumble bee; words 
by W. H. Rands, music by H. Bayn- 
ton-Power [of England] ; in E flat. 

1505 
© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
551966; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

Allah ; a Persian song cycle, music by 
Carl Sauer [of Australia] (Royal edi- 
tion, no. 17) Contents: 1. A desert 
wail. — 2. Gethsemane. — 3. Life and 
death. 1506 

© Dec. 8, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; 
E 551986; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydne3', Australia. 

Alle weiber solen leiben 100 yur; 
words and melody by L. Gilrod [of 
U. S.i 1507 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 553578; 
Louis Gilrod, Brooklyn. 



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no. 3, 1923 



1524 



Alleluia ! He is risen ; Easter anthem, 
words by Marion Roberts, music by 
R. M. Stults.tof U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. 1508 

© Feb. 1," 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555856; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

AllELUlla; Easter carol, words by 

Grace Henderson Potter, music by 

E. H. McKenney [of U. S.] 1509 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555644; 

Elena H. McKenney, Los Angeles. 

Alpine echoes; waltz, words by Irving 
Caesar, music by Charles Anclifre rof 
Great Britain] 1510 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 25; E 
556037-; Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London. 

Alumni song; University of Missouri, 
words and music by H. F. Major [of 
U. S.] ; with cho. for male -voices. 

1511 
© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 26; E 
555449; Horace Fairchild Major, Co- 
lumbia, Mo. 

Always no right by your mother; 
words bv J. Amaru, melody by J. A. 
Mazzeo "rof U. S.i 1512 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553828; 
Joseph Anthony Mazzeo and Joseph 
Amaru, Revere, Mass. 

Always Faithful; words and music bv 
M. R. Wallace [of U. S.i 1513 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 555951; 
Maud R. Wallace, Seattle. 

Alzafar; words by W. W. Vaughan, 
music bv Casper Nathan tof U. S.i 

1514 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1923; E 555443; 
William Watkins Vaughan, Denison, 
Tex. 

Ambitton ; overture, bv Harold Bennett 
tof U. S.i : band. Cincinnati, O., Fill- 
more music house. 4to. 1515 
. © Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555510; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Ambitious love hath forced me to 
aspire: part-song, by William Byrd. 
ed. by Sydney Grew tof Great Britaim ; 
mixed voices. Polymetric ed. 4to. 
(Sixteenth century vocal music: 
Psalmes, sonets and songs of sadnes 
and pietie, no. 18) 1516 

© Dec. 22,^1922; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 556131 ; J. Curwen & sons, ltd.. Lon- 
don. 



Ame (L') des choses; poesie de An- 

tonin Lugnier, musique de Th. Dubois 

[of Francei 1517 

© Dec. 14. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551618; Heugel, Paris. 

American legion U. S. A. : march-one 
step, words and music by H. D. Pryor 
rof U. S.i, arr. bv Fritz A. Mueller rof 
U. S.i 1518 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560139; 
Hurshel D. Pryor, Washington. 

AmES obscures; petit poeme d*apres 

Anatole France, par Angelin Biancheri 

iof France] ; violoncelle et piano. 1519 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 20; E 

551838; Enoch & co., Paris. 

AmmorE (L') che sacc' i'; versi di 
Giuseppe Maestrale, musica di Ludo- 
vico de Marinis rof Italy ; mand. acc.i 
Naples. Edizioni La sorgente. 4to. 

1520 
© Oct. 20. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923: 
E 556099; Italian book co.. New 
York. 

Amorometro (L ! ) ; macchietta comica. 
versi di C. d'Alessandro, musica di E. 
Xapolitano iof Italy; mand. acc> 
Naples, Edizioni La sorgente. 4to. 

1521 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2. 1923; 
E 556102; Italian book co., New York. 

Amorosa ; valse-hesitation. par Alfredo 
Barbirolli rof Italy] ; piano. 1522 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 9. 1923; 
E 551585; Philippo, Paris. 

Amphttrtte erraxte; suite breve par 
L. de Crevecoeur iof Francei : piano 
a 4 mains. Contents: 1. Matin sur 
la mer Egce. — 2. Iris dansc sur les 
Mots. — 3. La Bacchanale passe au loin 
des iles. — 4. Yois, petite mere, les tri- 
remes. 1523 
© Dec. 14, 1922: 1 c. Tan. 9, 1923: 
E 551584: E. Demets, Paris. 

Antvxte mtsttco. See Bach CJohann 
Sebastian) Suite no. 6. 

AnFANG DER PRAKTISCHEX SCHULE MIT 
AXGEFUCTEX I.EICPTTEREX ORCHESTER- 

SCHULE; von Carl Baermann rof Ger- 
many! op. 63, rev. u. crweitcrte ausgabe 
Ann Oskar Schubert iof Germany; ; 
kbrinett stimmc. ( Edition Andre, no. 
502b : Yollstiindige klarinctt-schule, 
teil 1, abteilg. 2) 1524 

© Feb. 10, 1917; 1 c. Sept. 15, 1922: 
E 556053 ; Johann Andre, Offenbach, 
Germanv. 



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pt. [ii, n. s., v. 18 



Angelina; polonaise, by S. P. Fachutar 

rof U. S.i ; orch. sc. 1525 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; E 555735; Sal- 

vator Peter Fachutar, Santa Cruz, 

Calif. 

Angels (The) knew; words by L. A. 

Brach\ music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.i 1526 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; E 555950; 

M. M. Gillen, White Lake, S. D. 

Angelus (The); words and music by 
J. De Graff rof U. S.i Invincible ed. 
New York, Invincible music co., inc. 

1527 
© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553945; Jere De Graff, Brooklyn. 

Annie, 'tis vol; that 1 LOVE; words by 
F. R. Lisuzzo, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington rof U. S.i 1528 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560219; 
Francis R. Lisuzzo, Cleveland, 

Antar; conte hero'ique en quatre actes 
et cinq tableaux, poeme de Chekri 
Ganem, musique de Gabriel Dupont rof 
Francei; chant seul. 12mo. 1529 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
D 26396 ; Heugel, Paris. 

Anthem to spring ; part song, words by 
J. M. Neale, music by William Baines 
rof U. S.i ; mixed voices. 4to. 1530 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555860; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Any peace where I make money is 
noME SWEET HOME To ME; words by 
William Tracer, melody by Dan 
Dougherty rof U. S.i, arr. by Claude 
Lapham rof L T . S.i 1531 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923 ; E 553X27 ; Good- 
man & Rose, inc., New York. 

Aprks un revE; par jean Douste rof 
Great Britain! ; piano, continental fin- 
gering. 1532 
<c) Feb. 6, 10 23; 1 c. Feb. 10; E 
556326: Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London. 

Apkii, blossoms; duet, from The wild- 
flower, words by Otto Harbach and 
Oscar Hammerstein, 2d, music by Her- 
bert Stothart and Vincent Youmans 
lof U. S.i 1533 

© Feb. 8, 19 23; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 
558014; Harms, inc., New York. 

Ar-vbta>3 DANrE. Sec Grieg (Edvard 
Hagerup) Peer Gynt sui'e no. 2. 

1 



ArbEitsmann (Der) ; gedicht von Deh- 
mel, musik von Hans Pfitzner rof Ger- 
many i op. 30, no. 4. . 1534 
© May 11, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1923; 
E 551655; Adolph Fiirstner, Berlin. 

Arcadia waltz; by Wm. H. Potstock 

rof U. S.i op. 16,no. 11 ; piano.. (Sheet 
music edition, P. 1178: Musical 
zephyrs) 1535 

© Oct. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555537 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement i 

Argentine; from Caroline, words by 
Harry B. Smith, music by Eduard 
Kunneke and Alfred Goodman rof 
U. S.i 1536 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
558008; Harms, inc., New York 
rCopyright is claimed on revised lyrics 
and music by Harry B. Smith and 
Alfred Goodman i 

Ariadne on Naxos. See Strauss (Rich- 
ard) 

Ariel ; chorus, poem by Geoffrey Cook- 
son, music by Maurice Jacobson lof 
Great Britain] ; mixed voices, piano or 
organ ace. Curwen ed. 4to. 1537 

© Jan. 11, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556136; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Arithmetic (The) eEsson ; words and 
music by C. W. Krogmann lof U. S.i 
op. 143, no. 2. (Tuneful rhymes from 
wonderland, no. 2) 1538 

©Dec. 30. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 553561 ; AYillis music co., Cincinnati. 

Arkansas (The) traveler; old coun- 
try dance, by Clarence Burg iof U. S.i ; 
piano. 1539 

© Jan. 23. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555382 ; Composers' music corp.. New 
York. 

Arkansas (The) traveler jig. See 
Made in U. S. A. 

Armistice day parade ; inarch, by J. E. 
Wells rof U. S.] ; band. 4to. 1540 

© Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555973 ; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 

Arms; from T. N. T., words by Lillian 

Harris and leannette Mirskv, music bv 

F. C. Seligmann rof U. S.i " 1541 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

553916; Florence C. Seligmann, New 

. York. 

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1559 



Around the Maypole; by Win. H. Pot- 
stock [of U. S.] op. 16, no. 7; pf. 
(Sheet music edition, P 1175: Musi- 
cal zephyrs) 1542 
© Oct. 30. 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29. 1923 ; 
E 555620; Carl Fischer. New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangementi 

Around the sundial ; capriccio, by L. G. 

del Castillo rof U. S.i ; pf. 1543 

© Dec. 13. 1922: 2 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 

E 555776; Walter Jacobs, inc., Boston. 

As in YEARS GONE by; words by J. P. 
Pippitt, music by Airs. J. P. Pippitt rof 
U. S.i " 1544 

© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1923; E 555911; Mr. 
and Mrs. James Paul Pippitt, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

As lEJbEn sol sain geletbt; words and 
music by A. King rof U. S.i 1545 

© 1 c. Feb. 2^. 1923; E 560277; 
Adolph King. New York. 

At close of day ; two-part song, from 
Concone's solfeggi, words by R. R. 
Hall, music by C. Lloyd Stafford rof 
Great .Britain! ; two treble voices. 4to. 
(Collegiate choir, no. 368) 1546 

© Jan. 10. 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
551980; Bayley & Ferguson, Glasgow. 

At eventide ; by Fritz Reuter rof U. S.i ; 
organ. (Cover-title: At evening) 

1547 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8 ;_ E 
555852 ; John Church co., Cincinnati. 

At Jacob's well; words and music by 
M. C. Powell rof U. S.i 1548 

© Feb. 5. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553880 ; May Corbin Powell, inc., Chi- 
cago. 

At the end oe the trail. See Musical 
melodies. 

At the last ; words by Walt Whitman, 

music by Maurice Besly rof Great 

Britain] op. 21, no. 4. 1549 

© Dec. 22, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 

E 551943; Boosey & co., London. 

At the May Eair ; ouverture miniature, 
by Maurice Baron rof France] ; piano. 

1550 
© Jan. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
555940 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

At the rainbow's end ; words and music 
by M. Moran rof U. S.i Vincennes, 
Ind., Moran music pub. co. 1551 

10 



© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553891 ; Maud Moran, Vincennes, Ind. 

At the street corner. See Treharne 
(Bryceson) Five Oriental songs. 

At your door; words by L. A. Whitte- 
more, music by E. S. S. FTuntington 
rof U. S.i " 1552 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555937; Lura 
Alfredine Whittemore, Manchester, 

N. H. 

Au pays des pardons : scene bretonne, 

par R. Boischot rof Francej ; orch. 

avec piano conducteur. 4to. 1553 

© Dec. 28. 1922 : 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 

E 551852; Raoul Boischot, Paris. 

Ausgewa h lte et v d E n (Selected 
studies) ; avis Die etiide, bd. 6, von 
j. B. Cramer; piano. (Neue instruc- 
tive ausgabe von Theodor Wiehmayer 
rof Germany], no. 25) 1554 

© Apr. 14. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556212; Heinrichshofen's verlag, 
Magdeburg, Germany. [Copyright is 
claimed on editing, fingering, and 
arranging] 

Autumn vision ; by W. H. Potstock 

rof U. S.i op. 18; piano. (Sheet music 
edition, P 1164) 1555 

© Nov. 20, 1922; 2 c. Tan. 29, 1923; 
E 555586; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Ave Maria. See Yerdi (Giuseppe) 

Awaken me oh God to all Thy glory; 

words by K. Putnam, music by Uda 

Waldrop" rof U. S.i ' 1556 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923; E 560135; 

Katherine Putnam, Sacramento, Calif. 

Awaken, no more war; lyric by A. V. 
Richardson, music by Chas. L. John- 
son rof U. S.i 1557 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555954; 
Alice V. Richardson, Waterloo, la. 

Away to the Black Hills ; words by 
G. E. Peters, music by Harry L. Af- 
ford rof U. S.i ' 1558 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553873; Geo. E. Peters, Rapid City, 
S. D. 

Babbling brook; words by A. M. Hill, 
melodv bv Arnold T. Lax rof U. S.i 

1559 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555835; 
A. M. Hill, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

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1560 



pt. in, n. s., v. IS 



Baby ballads ; book of children's songs, 

words and music bv L. Royce tof 

U. S.i 1560 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923; E 560189; 

Lucie Royce, Spokane, Wash. 

Baby blue; melody bv T. Cumings tof 

U. S.i 1561 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; E 555678; 

Thayer Cumings, Bedford Hills, N. Y. 

Baby bunTin' ; fox trot, from Elsie, 
words and music by Noble Sissle and 
Eubie Blake tof U. S.] 1562 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560252; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Baby days; fox trot ballad, lyric and 
music by E. E. Wilson tof U. S.i 1563 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555641; 
Edwin Erl Wilson, Dayton, O. 

Bacchanale (La) passe au loin pes 
iLES. See Amphitrite errante. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Johann Se- 
bastian Bach fur die jugend; 50 leichte 
stiicke von Bach; piano. (Neue in- 
struktive ausgabe von Theodor Wieh- 
mayer tof Germany], no. 35) 1564 
© Sept. 11, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556213; Heinrichshofen's verlag, 
Magdeburg, Germany. [Copyright is 
claimed on editing, fingering, and 
arranging] 

Klavierwerke ; band 22, fantasien 

und fugen, von Joh. Seb. Bach, neue 
ausgabe von Ferruccio Busoni tof 
German V], ed. von Egon Petri. (Edi- 
tion Breitkopf, nr. 4322) 1565 
© Dec. 13, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923 ; 
E 551992 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

Suite no. 6, by Bach, arr. and orch. 

b}' Henry J. Wood [of Great Britain] ; 
orch. full sc. Contents : 1. Prelude. — 
2. Lament. — 3. Scherzo. — 4. Gavotte 
and muset.te. — 5. Andante mistico. — 6. 
Finale. 1566 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 27; E 
556065; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Bachcisaray (Crimean rhapsody) ; by 
Josef Borissoff tof Russia, domiciled 
at New York]; violin and pf. (Sheet 
music edition, B 1819) 1567 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555576; Carl Fischer, New York. 

B ac HELET (Alfred) Prelude; de drame 
Quand la cloche sonnera, d'A. Bache- 



let [of Francej ; piano. (Morceaux de- 
taches, no. 1) 1568 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923: 
E 551602; Hengel, Paris. 

Back home again ; words by M. Holla- 
baugh, music by Geo. Graff, jr. tof 
U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. Beach rof 
U. S.] 1569 

© 1 c. Feb. 15. 1923; E 558076; 
Mary Hollabaugh, Youngstown, O. 

Back to Dixie land and home sweet 
home ; words and music by G. W. 
Burton rof U. S.i 1570 

© Feb. 17, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
560158; Emma Rancourt, Flat Rock, 
Mich. 

Badinage; by F. Winternitz iof U. S.i; 

violin and pf. (Sheet music edition, 

B 36) 1571 

© Nov. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 

E 555585 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

by Gustave Ferrari rof France] ; 

violin and pf. 1572 

© Dec. 15, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; 
E 556010 ; Schott & co, London. 

Bald-headed (The) row; fox trot, 
words and music by H. Bell tof U. S.i 

1573 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558097; 
Harry Bell, Evans ville, Ind. 

Baleines (Les) See Pierne (Gabriel) 
Six ballades frangaises. 

Ballade. See 
miniatures. 



Vavin (Ernest) Six 



Ballet-caprice ; by W. C. Moebius. rof 
U. S.i ; piano. 1574 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555826; Wm. 
C. Moebius, Chicago. 

Ballet russE; by L. J. Oscar Fontaine 
rof U. S.] op. 156, no. 9; piano. 1575 
© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
560004; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Bantock (Granville) Three songs 
from the Greek anthology; tr. by J. W. 
Mackail, music by G. Bantock rof Eng- 
land] ; flute or piano ace. Contents ; 
1. Pan's piping. — 2. Wood music. — 
3. The garden of Pan. 1576 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 5; E 
556189 ; Swan & co., ltd., London. 

BarbaresquES ; a suite, by Timothy 
Mather Spelman rof U. S.i ; piano. 

1577 



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© Dec. 20, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 1, 1923; E 553856; J. & W. Ches- 
ter, ltd., London. 

Barber's short cuts to transposition ; 
by Chas. E. Barber tof U. S.i ; saxo- 
phones in B and E flat, cornet-trumpet 
and clarinet. 4to. 1578 

© Nov. 6, 1922; 2 c. Nov. 27; aft'. 
Dec. 18; A 693937 ■ Finder & Urbanek, 
Chicago. 

Barbirolu (Alfredo) Une chanson; 

intermezzo, par A. Barbirolli rof 

Italy] ; piano. 1579 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551586; Philippo, Paris. 

Barcarole. See Schubert (Franz Peter) 

Barcarolle; by Grodski, op. 1, no. 3, 
ed. by McNair Ugenfritz [of U. S.i, 
played by Priscilla Carver. (Recordo, 
no. 67240) [Music roll] 1580 

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
555698; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 



See also Offenbach (Jacques) 

Barkarola. See Offenbach (Jacques) 

Barker (The) music school; illus- 
trated lesson system and finger board 
charts, by A. W. Barker tof U. S.i; 
guitar. [Stencil copies] 1581 

" © Dec. 22, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1923; 
A 695894; Alvin Watson Barker, Los 
Angeles. 

Barnes (Edward Shippen) Seven 
sketches; by E. S. Barnes tof U. S.] ; 
organ. (Boston music co. edition, no. 
395) 1582 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 16; E 
560053; Boston music co., Boston. 

Barwick green. See My native heath. 

Bashful baby ; words and music by 

Arthur Sizemore and Guy Shriglev rof 

U. S.i 1583 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 

560199 ; Sizemore & Shrigley, Chicago. 

Bateson's (Thomas) first set of mad- 
rigals ; words traditional, music tran- 
scribed, scored and ed. by Edmund 
Horace Fellowes [of England] 4to. 
(English madrigal school, v. 21) 1584 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; 
E 551728; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 



Bath son's (Thomas) second set or 
madrigals ; words traditional, music 
transcribed, scored and ed. by Edmund 
Horace Fellowes rof England] 4to. 
(English madrigal school, v. 22) 1585 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; 
E 551729; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Baton (Rhene) Quatre chansons pour 
le jour de Noel; musique de Rhene- 
Baton tof France] op. 26. Contents : 
1. Cantique sur la naissance de notre 
Seigneur ; poesie de Racan. — 2. Noel 
des petits gamins ; poesie de Paul 
Forgeoux. — 3. Noel; poesie de Theo- 
phile Gautier. — 4. Cloches de Noel ; 
poesie de J. Perdriel-Vaissiere. 1586 

© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551624; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Battleship New York; march, bv 

James M. Fulton tof U. S.i ; pf. 1587 

© Jan. 29. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 1; E 

555710; C. A. Blodgett, Springfield, 

Mass. 

Be grateful to a father who's trui-: : 
words by A. Hastings, melody by 
Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.i 1588 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553780; Ada 
Hastings, Pe Ell, Wash. 

Be Thou exalted; Easter cantata for 
choir and choral societies, words and 
music by E. K. Heyser cof U. S.] Cin- 
cinnati, O., Fillmore music house. 4to. 

1589 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 

553757 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Beale street mamma ; words and music 
by Rov Turk and J. Russel Robinson 
[of U. S.] - 1590 

© Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560192; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

Beau SeptembrE; reverie, par Jean 
Douste [of Great Britain] ; piano, con- 
tinental fingering. 1591 
© Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 10; E 
556330; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Beautiful isle of dreams; words by 
A. J. Fuller, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
rof U. S.], arr. by Theo. G. Beach tof 
U. S.] 1592 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558059; An- 
netta J. Fuller, Schenectady, N. Y. 



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Beautiful Ross; words by J. Ander- 
son, music by Joe Hearst tof U. S.i 

1593 
© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553889 ; Hearst music publishers, ltd., 
Winnipeg, Canada. 

Bed in summer; words by Robert Louis 
Stevenson, music by Waddington 
Cooke tof Great Britain] ; two treble 
voices, in G. 4to. (Anglo-French 
unison and part songs, no. 1008) 
rStaff and tonic sol-fa notationsi 1594 
_© Jan. 5, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 23; E 
551935; Anglo-French music co., ltd., 
London. 

Bedtime; lullaby, by Ernst C. Krohn [pi 

U. S.i op. 12, no. 4; piano. (From a 

toy house, no. 4) 1595 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

555820; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Beethoven (Ludwk; van) Sonaten ; 
von L. van Beethoven; klavier. (Neue 
instruktive ausgabe von Theodor Wieh- 
mayer rof Germanv], nos. 15-13) 6. op. 
53, 54, 57.-7. op. 78, 79, 81*. 90. 101. — 
8. op. 106, 109-111. 1596-1598 

© Nov. 29, 1920; Afar. ?1, 19?1 : 
1 c. each Feb. 9, 1923; E 556207, 
556211, 556214; Heinrichshofen's ver- 
lag, Magdeburg, Germany, i Copyright 
is claimed on editing, fingering and 
arranging] 

Before sunrise; words from the Songs 
before sunrise, music by Edgar L. 
Bainton lof England] ; orch., full sc. 
(Carnegie collection of British music) 
Contents: 1. Genesis. — 2. Tenebrae. — 
3. A watch in the night. — 4. Hymn of 
man. 1599 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Ian. 16, 1923; 
E 551998; Edgar L. Bainton, Newcas- 
tle, England. 

Bet den (Die) nachtigaixEn ; operette 
in drei akten, von Leo Walther Stein, 
musik von Willy Bredschneider rof 
Germany] ; klavierauszug mit sing- 
stimme u. vollstandigem text. 1600 

© Alar. 24, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551664: Vertriebsstelle . d. verb. 
deutsch. buhnenschriftst., g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 

Belt, \ (La) del Rjai/to; mazurka, by 
Salvatorc Tosti rof Italy, domiciled at 
Newark. N. J.i, arr. by Enrico Bos- 
sini i of Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn] ; 
piano. 1601 

© 1 r. Feb. 24. 1923: E 560313; 
Domenico Frisoli, Newark. N. J. 

1 



Bella (La) Rom ana; mazurka, by An- 
tonio Quintavalle lof Italy, domiciled 
at Philadelphia, Pa.] ; piano. 1602 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553762; 
Giuseppe Russo, Philadelphia. 

Bells (The) : by William H. Price rof 

U. S.i ; organ, obi. 8va 1603 

© Feb. 1, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 5; E 

555742 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Bennet's (John) madrigals to four 
VOICES ; words traditional, music tran- 
scribed, scored and ed. by Edmund 
Horace Fellowes iof England] 4to. 
( English madrigal school, v. 2?>) 1604 
© Dec. 30, 1922: 1 c. Ian. 12, 1923: 
E 551730; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Berceuse; sur le nom de Gabriel Faure. 

par Maurice Ravel iof Francei ;,violon 

et piano. 1605 

© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551600; Durand et cie., Paris. 

See also Vavin (Ernest) Six mini- 
atures. 

Berceuse nkgrE; by Gustave Ferrari iof 
Francei ; violin and pf. 1606 

© Dee. 15, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24. 1923; 
E 556009; Sehott & co., London. 

Bert Wieeiams to the land oe laughs 
andsmiles; lyrics by Chas. A. Starks, 
music bv (George E. Lee rof L T . S.], 
arr. bv Charles H. Lewis rof U. S.i 

1607 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 19 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 6; E 558033; Lee music co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Beside the still waters ; by Vernon 
E. Bestor rof U. S.i ; piano or or^an. 

1608 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553881; Thos. W. Hatch, Chicago. 

Blst eor you and best eor me; words 
by A. Rutis, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
rof FT. S.i, arr. by Fred S. Rounds rof 
U. S.i 1609 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553846; Anna 
Rutis, Peoria, Til. 

Best love (Amour vainqueur) ; valse, 
by D. Rouillard rof Canada] ; piano. 

1610 
© Nov. 1, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 6, 1923; 
E 556052; Donalda Rouillard, Mont- 
real, Canada. 

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no. 3, 1923 



1627 



Better (The) land; words by A. Ran- 
kin, music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.i 1611 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923: E 560204; 
Alexander Rankin, New York. 

BETWEEN our HEARTS ; from Carry on. 
words and music bv D. S. Drake iof 
U. S.j 1612 

© 1 c. Feb. 20. 1923; E 560173; 
Dorothv Sussdorff Drake, Oakland, 
N. J. 

Beyond the dawn; cornet solo, by Wil- 
frid Sanderson, arr. by Sydney Her- 
bert iof Great Britaim : band ace. 
4to. (In Boosey & co's brass and reed 
band journal, no. 630) 1613 

© Dec. 19, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20. 1923; 
E 551991 ; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement' 

Big (The) bass drum ; march, by C. W. 
Krogmann tof U. S.i op. 143, no. 3; 
piano, with words. (Tuneful rhymes 
from wonderland, no. 3) 1614 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1923 : 
E 553562 ; Willis music co„ Cincinnati. 

Birds in the woods. See Childhood's 
happy days. 

BizET (Georges) Carmen potpourri, 
no. 1 ; by Bizet, played by Howard 
Brockway [of U. S.] (Ampico, no. 
60963-K) i Music roll] 1615 

© June 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560103; American piano co.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Menuct; from L'arlesienne, suite 

no. 2, by G. Bizet, adapted and ed. by 
Pietro Caso [of U. S.i ; flute and piano. 
(Selected compositions, series 3 : Sheet 
music edition, W. 109) 1616 

© Nov. 4, 1922: 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555542; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Beack (The) bottom beuES; words and 
music by E. W. Hevwood rof U. S.i 

1617 
© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1922; E 554712; 
Eddie W. Heywood, Atlanta. 

Blackest (The) man I know: written 
by Clifford Grey, music by Cuthbert 
Clarke [of Great Britainj (Musical 
monologues, no. 261) 1618 

_© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556046; Reynolds & co., London. 

Bleka (Den) man en; Svensk text av 
Raf Lindquist, musik av Erkki Me- 

1163—23 2 



11 



lartin, op. 99, nr. 2, ed. and rev. by 
Julia A. Burt [of U. S.] (Wilhelm 
Hansen edition, no. 2278) 1619 

^ © Feb. 3, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 26: E 
560339; Wilhelm Hansen, Copenhagen. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing and 
revising] 

Br.oxnE aurorE; valse intermezzo, par 

A. Poughon iof France] : piano. 1620 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1923; 

E 551596; A. Poughon, Saint-Pol sur- 

Ternoise, France. 

Blossoms of springtime; fox trot bal- 
lad, words by G. B. Smith, music by 
Jack Klaye iof U.S.] 1621 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923; E 560172; 
Georgia B. Smith, Meadville, Pa. 

Blue: fox trot, by Clarke-Leslie & Hand- 
man, ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz iof 
U. S.i, played by Rose Vanderbosch 
rof U. S.i (Recordo, word roll, no. 
67280) [Music roll] 1622 

© Jan. 25. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
555697; Recordo player roil co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and interpretation] 

Blue (The) birds now are elocking; 
from Carry on, words and music by 
D. S. Drake rof U. S.i 1623 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; E 560174; 
Dorothv Sussdorff Drake, Oakland, 
X. J. 

Bl,UE EYED BABY blues: words and music 
by V. Lorraine [of U. S.] 1624 

© 1 c. Feb. 15. 1923 ; E 558052; 
Vivian Lorraine, Chicago. 

BeuE Eyed blues; fox trot, by Fazioli, 
played by Edgar Fairehild and Her- 
bert Clair [of U. S.i ; in E flat. (Am- 
pico, word roll, no. 202791-1?) [Music 
roll] . 1625 

© Aug. 20, 1922 ; 2 c Feb. 16, 1923 ; 
E 560074: American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Blue eeower; a query, words by Rich- 
ard Le Gallienne, music by Kirk Ridge 
iof U. S.] ; high voice, with violin obbl. 

1626 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

555822; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Blue Hoosier blues ; words and melody 
by Jack Meskill. Cliff Friend and 
Abel Baer [of U. S.i, arr. by Abel 
Baer rof U. S.i 1627 

© It Feb. 8, 1923; E 555879; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 

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1628 



pt. in, n. s.. v. 18 



BeutenEaix (La chute des fleurs) ; 

morceau de salon, von Erik Meyer- 

Helmund [of Germany] ; piano. 1628 

© May 1, 1922; 1 c. May 11; E 

551835; A. Cranz, Brussels, Belgium. 

BeuEE March. See Times and seasons. 

Boat song. See MacMurray (Freder- 
ick) Four melodies for violin alone. 

Bolero de concert; by Mana-Zucca 

[pseud, of Augusta Zuckermann, of 

U. S.] op. 72, no. 2; pf. 1629 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 

555743 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Bolton abbey. See My native heath. 

Bond (The) ; a Christmas song, words 

by Lilian Middleton, music by Ernest 

Adams [of U. S.i 16mo. 1630 

© Dec. 16, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 21 ; E 

552872; Old South press, Boston. 

Book (The) of etiquette; from T.N.T., 
words by Lillian Harris and Jeannette 
Mirskv, music by F. C. Seligmann tof 
U. S.i 1631 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
553917; Florence C. Seligmann, New 
York. 

Bootbeackin' (The) beuES; words and 
melodv by M. A. Shauer tof U. S.i 

1632 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; E 555721 ; Mel- 
ville A. Shauer, New York. 

BorissoeE (JosEE) Impromptu ; by J. 
Borissoff tof Russia, domiciled at 
New York]; violin and pf. (Sheet 
music edition, B 1820) 1633 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555575 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Born this day; old Basque Noel, arr. 
by H. H. iof Great Britain] (In Uni- 
versity carol book, bk. 1, pt. 1) 1634 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; 
E 551700; A. W. Ridley & co., West- 
minster, England. (Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Bouquet de eeeurs; duo ou chceur, 

paroles et musique de Henri Marechal 

[of France] ; voix de f emmes. 1635 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551605; Heugel, Paris. 

Bourbeuse (The) river blues; words 
by Btarnett] Wyllie, music by L. J. 
Fink [of U. S.i 1636 



© Apr. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1923; 
E 555482; Lucas J. Fink, Union, Mo. 

Boy (A) eikE you.; from T. N. T., 
words by Lillian Harris and Jeannette 
Mirsky, music by F. C. Seligmann [of 
U. S.] 1637 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
553914; Florence C. Seligmann, New 
York. 

Boy scouts; march, by Wm. H. Pot- 
stock [of U. S.] op. 16, no. 10; piano. 
(Sheet music edition, P. 1177: Musi- 
cal zephyrs) 1638 
© Nov. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555609; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Brahms (Johannes) Cradle song; 
paraphrase, by Brahms-Schutt, ed. by 
McNair Ilgenfritz tof U. S.i, played 
by Theodora Troendle. (Recordo, no. 
67220) [Music roll] 1639 

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
555700; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on editingi 

■ (Wiegenlied) ; by J. Brahms, 

op. 49, no. 4, freely arr. by Percy 
Grainger tof U. S.i; piano. (Free 
settings of favorite melodies, nr. 1) 

1640 
© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
555824; Percy A. Grainger, White 
Plains, N. Y. 

Hungarian dances nos. 7 & 8 ; by 

J. Brahms, arr. by Lester Brockton 
iof U. S.] ; full band, with conductor. 
4to. (Progressive band edition, no. 
23) 1641 

© Dec. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555548; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Breaking home ties ; words by James 

Brockman, music by Leo Edwards tof 

U. S.] 1642 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555521; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Same. 1643 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 24; E 
560301 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Bridae chorus erom Lohengrin. See 
La Fontaine's (Prof.) ukulele solo. 

Bright moments ; by H. D. Hewitt tof 
U. S.i ; piano. 1644 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555866; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 



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no. 3, 1923 



1662 



Bringing up father; words by H. J. 

Wright, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.i 1645 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560229; 

H. J. Wright, Cadillac, Sask., Canada. 

Broadway lights ; words by R. Tepper, 

melody by Herman Dubois [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.i 1646 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555881; Ray 

Tepper, Brooklyn. 

Broadway (The) waltz ; words and 
melody by C. Haller and William A. 
Bushman [of U. S.], arr. by Herman 
Schloss [of U. S.i 1647 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1923; E 555018; 
Charles Haller and William A. Bu- 
schaw, New York. 

Broken chains; words by G. P. Battles, 

music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.i, arr. 

bv Theo. G. Beach [of U, S.i 1648 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553615; 

Geo. P. Battles, Cambridge, Mass. 

Broken lines and eyes oe blue; words 
by G. Wilson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.i 1649 
© -1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555916; 
Gad Wilson, San Francisco. 

Brooklet (A) and a pretty maid; 
poem by W. A. Ketchum, music by 
C. W. Midgley, jr. [of U. S.] Oak- 
land, Calif., Colonial pub. co. 1650 
© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 16; E 
553790; Charles William Midgley, jr., 
Oakland, Calif. 

Buddy o' mine; lyric and melody by 

I. E. Price tof U. S.i, arr. by Herman 

A. Hummel [of U. S.i 1651 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555655; 

Ira E. Price, Cleveland. 

Bungalow; words by C. B. Henderson, 
music by Zora lone Moon [of Canada] 
[Blueprint] 1652 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; E 556143'; 
Clifford Beavan Henderson, Van- 
couver, Canada. 

Bungle, the terror of the jungle; 
words by Fred G. Robertson, music 
by John P. Ross [of Great Britain] 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 1653 
^ © Feb. 5, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556219; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Buongiorno a NapulE ; versi e musica 
di E. A. Mario tof Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Naples, E. A. Mario. 4to. (Piedi- 
grotta.1922) 1654 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 
E 556157; Italian book co., New York. 



Busy (The) Christmas fairies; a 
short operetta for kindergarten, songs 
and dialogue by Maude Sumner Smith 
tof U. S.i 12mo. 1655 

©^Nov. 18, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 30; D 
26403 ; Eldridge entertainment house, 
Franklin, O. 

Buttereingers ; words and music by 
Chas. and Harry Tobias and Geo. j. 
Bennett tof U. S.i 1656 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560197; A. J. Stasny music co., inc., 
New York. 

Butterflies (Papillons) ; by Rosenthal, 
played by Elizabeth Winston [of U. S.i 
(Ampico, no. 6101 1-G) [Music roll] 

1657 
© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560077 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Butterfly (The) and the rose; inter- 
mezzo, words and music by J. B. Spurr 
tof Canada] Invincible ed. New 
York, Invincible music co., inc. 1658 
© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553940; John B. Spurr, Aurora, Can- 
ada. 

Cabaret (The) girl; selection, by 
Jerome Kern, arr. by Dan Godfrey [of 
Great Britain] ; full military band. 
(Chappell's army journal, no. 502) 

1659 

© Dec. 20, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; 

E 551710; T. B. Harms co., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Cabaret (A) show; the midnight fol- 
lies, lyrics by Donovan Parson, music 
by Christine Maitland and Jack How- 
ard [of Great Britain] Vocal sc. 1660 
© Decl3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
E 551640; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Calendar chorus; words and music by 

Albert Allen Ketchum [of U. S.], arr. 

by P. P. Bilhorn [of U. S.i 1661 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 

553861 ; Peter P. Bilhorn, Chicago. 

CaliFE (Le) dE Bagdad; ouverture, de 
F. A. Boieldieu, arr. par F. Salabert 
[of France] ; orch. avec piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. (Ouvertures classiques, 
nouvelle collection Francis Salabert, 
pour orchestres moyens, no. 9) 1662 
© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556239; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



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pt. in, n. s.. v. 18 



California; words and music by A. B. 
Rafter [of U. S.j 1663 

^ © Jan. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 5 ; E 
555756; Annette B. Rafter, Los 
Angeles. 

Call (A) See Song fancies. 

Cafj, of the. sylphs; raise de ballet, by 
Emile Frascard i pseud, of Hugo Kaun, 
of Germanvi on. 21 : piano. ( Sheet 
music edition, P 1158) 1664 

© Nov. 15, 1922; 2 c. Tan. 29. 1923; 
E 555527 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

■ — ■ — arr. by Chas. J. Roberts 

of U. S.] ; full orch., with piano con- 
ductor. 1665 
© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Tan. 29; E 
555560; Carl Fischer, New York, 
i Copy right is claimed on arrangement] 

Calvary ;. words by T. Jones, music by 
Alfred Willoughby Rainc lof Eng- 
land] (In Gospel songs, series nos. 9 
and 10) 1666 

© Sept. 4, 1922; 1 c. Sept. 11; E 
556122 ; Tom Jones, Filey. England. 

Cameo (The) GIRL; musical play, words 
and music by Maurice A. Baker iot 
U. S.i 1667 

^ © Dec. 14. 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1923 ; 
E 553625 ; Harrington-Adams, inc., 
Fostoria, O. 

Camicla nEra; canto Fascista, versi di 
Ulisse Mattioli, melodia di F. Pcnnino 
lof.U. S.i ; mand. ace. 4to. (Edizione 
Pennino, no. 48 ) 1668 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
560160; Francesco Pennino, Brooklyn. 

Camp a n E (LE) di CornEvillE (The 
bells of Normandy) ; valse, by R. 
Planquette, arr. by Ant. Bonsignore 
lof U. S.i ; piano. Edizioni Cardilli. 

1669 

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 

553793; Mauro V. Cardilli, New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Can you, child, torget your mother? 
words by I. McDade. melody by Her- 
man Dubois rpseud. of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.i 1670 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555886; 
Idell McDade, New Orleans. 

Candidate's (The) daughter; or, Love 
in politics, a light opera in two acts, 
words bv K. Shortall, music by H. 
Shortall "rof U. S.i [Photostat] 1671 
© 1 c. Jan. 26. 1923; D 26406; Har- 
rington and Katherine Shortall, Chi- 
cago. 



Can't yo' hear me callin' Caroline; 
by Caro Roma, transcription by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.i (Ensemble ar- 
rangements) 1. Cello and piano. — 2. 
Violin and piano. — 3. Violin, cello and 
piano. 1672-1674 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 14; 
E 560028-560030; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement i 

Can't you be true; words and music by 

W. D. Rogers iof U. S., arr. bv Vern 

Elliott, of U. S.i 1675 

© 1 c. Feb. 13. 1923; E 558034; W. 

Dean Rogers, Los Angeles. 

Can't you hear the whistle: words 
and music by M. C Kwakl iof U. S.i 

1676 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; K 553621 ; Mil- 
dred Cozzens Ewald, Louisville. 

CantiquE sur la naissance he notrH 

S E i G n E u R. See Baton ( Rhone ) 

Quatre chansons pour le jour de Noel. 

Canto funEBRE; di Antonio Ricci-Sig- 
norini iof Italy] ; violino e piano. Edi- 
zioni Carisch. 1677 

© Dec. 15, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 29. 1923; 
E 556054; A. & G. Carisch & c., Milan. 

Canzona nEAME ! versi di C. d'Ales- 
sandro, musica di E. Napolitano rof 
Italy ; mand. ace.] Naples, Edizioni 
La sorgente. 4to. 1678 

^ © Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 
E 556103 ; Italian book co., New York. 

C a n z o n E (La) del Grappa ; Monte 
Grappa tu sei la mia patria, versi di 
Emilio de Bono, musica di Antonio 
Meneghetti [of Italy] ; piano con pa- 
roles. Edizioni Carisch. 1679 
© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Ian. 29, 1923; 
E 556057 ; A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 

Canzone madrigalEscha ; paroles de 
Francesco Milani, realisee par Jacques 
Ibert iof Francei ; a 2 voix. 1680 

©_Dec. 14. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551622; Heugel, Paris. [Copyright 
is. claimed on realization] 

Capriccio brillante. See Mendelssohn- 

Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) 

Caprice iundi Capricetto; von Martha 

Linz rof Germanvi ; klavier. (Edition 

Breitkopf, nr. 5217) 1681 

© Dec. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; 

E 551959; Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

Carmen potpourri. See Bizet (Georges) 



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1693 



Carnival revels; dance, by George L. 
Cobb. arr. by R. E. Hildreth t of U. S .1 ; 
orch. with piano. 4to. 1682 

© Dec. 27. 1922: 2 c. Feb. 5. 1923; 
E 555771 ; Walter Jacobs, inc., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Carol high, and carol low ; written by 
E. M. Dawson, music based on a Bo- 
hemian melody, by E. P. tot Great 
Britain: ( /;/ University carol book, 
bk. 1, pt. 2) 1683 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; 
E 551705; A. W. Ridley & co., West- 
minster, E n g land. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Carol or" Jesus Child; poem by Fran- 
cis Macnamara, music by Herbert 
Hughes [of Great Britainj ; in F. 

1684 
© Dec. 8. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 26, 1923; 
E 556032 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

CarolH'a ; Spanish fox trot, words by 
Bartley Costello, music by Stella Levi- 
sohn [of U. S.i 1685 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 2; E 
553107; Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

Carrabian moon ; melody by L. Belasco 
rof Trinidad, B. W. I., domiciled at 
New York] 1686 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 555733; Lio- 
nel Belasco, New York. 

Carroll (Walter) Twelve studies; by 
W. Carroll [of Great Britain] ; pf. 

1687 
© Jan. 25, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 27; E 
556038 ; Forsyth bros., ltd., London. 

Carry me back to my Carolina home; 
words by Benny Davis, music by 
Abner Silver, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. (Wit- 
mark edition, excellent quartette ar- 
rangements, no. 1592) 1688 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
560025; M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Carry on ; selection from Carry on. 
words and music by D. S. Drake rof 
U. S.i 1689 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555786; 
Dorothv Sussdorfr Drake, Oakland, 
N. J. 

Cascades ; intermezzo, by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern rof U. S.] op. 378; piano. New 
York, G. Schirmer, inc. 1690 



© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
553853; Boston music co., New York. 

CauCOUNNE) caprice, by L. J. Oscar 
Fontaine rof U. S.] op. 156, no. 7; pf. 

1691 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555875; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Cavatina. See Raff (Joseph Joachim) 

Cavatina of the Czar of Berendey ; 
from Sniegourotchka, poem by A. N. 
Ostrovsky, English version by George 
Harris, jr. rof U. S.i, music by N. 
Rimsky-Korsakoff, ed. by Olin Downes 
rof U. S.] ; high voice, in A. (Select 
songs of Russian composers, Carl 
Fischer edition, series 2: Superior edi- 
tion, no. 5572) [English and Russian 
text] 1692 

© Dec. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555534; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on English ver- 
sion and arrangement] 

Cease, sorrows, now; madrigal, by 
Thomas Weelkes, ed. by Sydney Grew 
[of Great Britain] ; sop., alto and ten. 
or bar. Polymetric ed. 4to. (Six- 
teenth century vocal music : Madrigals 
to 3, 4, 5 and 6 voyces, no. 6) 1693 
© Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556141 ; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London. 

Celtic rhapsody; by Cyril Jenkins [of 
Great Britain] ; orch. (Boosey's or- 
chestral journal, no. 219) 1694 
© Dec. 21, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 
E 551954; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Cettina ; mazurka melodique, by A. 
Errante rof L T . S.] ; piano. 1695 

© Dec. 20, 1922; 2 c, -Dec. 28; E 
554715; Attilio Errante, New York. 

Chaie bratne mtt der hoishanoo; 

w^ords and melody by S. Deutch rof 

Poland, domiciled at New York] 1696 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553830; Sam 

Deutch, New York. 

Chalma; waltz, by Harold Bennett [of 
U. S.i ; band. Cincinnati, O., Fillmore 
music house. 4to. 1697 

_ © Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555511; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Chaminade (CecilE Louise Stephanie) 

Air a danser ; par C. Chaminade rof 

France] op. 164; piano. 1698 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 

556217; Enoch et cie., Paris. 



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1699 



pt. rn, n. s.. v. 18 



Chaminade (CecieE Louise Stepha- 
nie) — Continued. 

Romanesca ; par C. Chaminade tof 

Francei op. 163; piano. 1699 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556216; Enoch et cie., Paris. 

Serenade espagnole (Spanish sere- 
nade) ; by Chaminade-Kreisler, played 
by Milton Suskind tof U. S.] (Am- 
pico, no. 60951-G) [Music roll] 1700 
© June 20, 1922; 2 c.Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560121 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Champagne galop; by H. C. Lumbye 
[of U. S.] ; rev. by J. S. Seredy ; full 
orch. 4to. 1701 

© Dec. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555549; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Chance it; written by H. M. Burnaby, 
music by Cuthbert Clarke tof Great 
Britain] (Musical monologues, no. 
262) 1702 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556049; Reynolds & co., London. 

Chanson d'autrepois; par Maurice 
Pesse [of France] ; piano. 1703 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551620; Heugel, Paris. 

Chanson dansante: fox trot, by Friral, 
arr. and played by the Original piano 
trio, [of U. S.i ; in D flat. (Ampico, 
word roll, no. 202661-F) [Music roll] 

1704 
© June 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560098 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Chanson de maman. See Vavin 
(Ernest) Six miniatures. 

Chanson de Pierrot ; chanson-serenade, 
by R. Drigo, arr. by Maurice Baron 
[of U. S.]; orch. (Galaxy, no. 225) 

1705 

© Feb. 14. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 

560073 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

"Chanson de Yamina; extrait de Le 
croissant de pourpre, de R. H. de Van- 
delbourg, musique de scene de Jacques 
Pillois [of France] ; chant, flute et 
piano. 1706 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 22, 1923; 
E 551854; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 

Chanson de Yascha ; de drame Quand 
la cloche sonnera. paroles de Y. 



D'Hansewick et P. de Wattyne, mu- 
sique de Alfred Bachelet tof France] 
(Morceaux detaches, no. 2) 1707 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551603; Heugel, Paris. 

Chanson du coucou ; par Maurice Pesse 
tof France] ; piano. 1708 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551621; Heugel, Paris/ 

Chanson du vanneur de bee ; d'un 
vanneur de ble aux vents, paroles de 
Joachim du Bellay, musique de P. 
Cettier tof France] 1709 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551576; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 

Chanson georgtennE; poesic de Pouch- 
kine, musique de S. Rachmaninoff, op. 
4, no. 4, instrumentee par Leonidas 
Leonardi tof Francei ; chant avec par- 
tition d'orch. Moscow, A. Gutheil. 

1710 
© Sept. 15, 1922: 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; 
E 551963; Breitkopf & Hartel, Leip- 
zig. 

Chanson triste. See Fontaine (Leon 
J.) Six esquisses. — Grieg (Edvard 
Hagerup) 

Chant (Le) du cygne; by A. Corfield 
tof England] ; violoncello or violin 
and pf. 1711 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c, Jan. 5, 1923; 
E 551726; Joseph Adams music pub. 
co., Birmingham, England. 

Chant matERNEE ; poesie de J. Grisez- 
Droz, musique de M. Sauvel [of 
Francei ; l er , 2"'° fois. (In Gazette 
musicale de France, no. 2, Nov., 1922) 

1712 
© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Tan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551853; Marc Sauval, Paris. 

ChanukE (Die) eicht (Chanuke song) : 
words by M. Rosenfeld, music h\ 
Savel Zilberts lof U. S.i (Cover-title 
Cbanuka lights) 1713 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 28; E 
560348 ; Jos. P. Katz, New York. 

Charlston; words and music by N. E. 
Reed rof U. S.i 1714 

© 1 c. Feb. 10. 1923; E 553977; 
Nathaniel Elwood Reed, New York. 

Chase (The) ; by Marie Rose Wilking 
tof U. S.i op. 22, no. 4 ; piano. 1715 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555685; 
Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. 



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no. 3, 1923 



1731 



Chasen'dl (A) oif shabes ; song, arr. 
by Wm. Scher [of U. S.] 

1716 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
553791; Saul Schcnker, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on new arrange- 
ment] 

Chicago's Gralsburg; lyrics and melody 
by C. A. Rebel [of U. S.i, music arr. 
by W. C. Moebius tof U. S.i ; mixed 
voices. 1717 

© Feb. 5. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553871 ; C. A. Rebel, Chicago. 

Child poems; poems by Rabindranath 
Tagore, music by Darius Milhaud tof 
France] Contents : When and why. — 
Defamatio n. — Paper boats. — Sym- 
pathy.— The gift. 1718 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555809 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

Childhood's happy days; toy suite, by 
Adam Carse rof Great Britain] Con- 
tents : 1. Playing at soldiers. — 2. Birds 
in the woods. — 3. Merry games. — 4. A 
tale at twilight. — 5. T h e dance. 
1. Piano solo. — 2. Piano, 4 hands. — 
3. 7 toy instruments. 1719 

© Dec. 21, 1922 ; 1 c. each Jan. 24, 
1923; E 556000; Augener, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Children's (The) friend; four-part 
song for Children's day, words by A. 
Midlane, melody b} r M. B: Foster, arr. 
by J. A. Parks rof U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Choice compositions, 
sacred edition, no. 923) 1720 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
560297; J. A. Parks co., York, Neb. 
[Copyright is claimed on adaptation and 
arrangement] 

Children's piano pieces; collection 'of 
sixty-four compositions covering the 
first three grades of study, compiled by 
Albert E. Wier [of U. S.] 8vo. (Mu- 
sic for the million series, no. 6) 1721 
© Dec. 15, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1923; 
aff. Jan. 19: A 695606; Mumil pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

Chimes eox trot (Die glocken fox- 
trot) ; by V. Pastalley and J. Vilado- 
mat [of Francei, arr. bv J. Gravelle 
tof U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 1722 

• © Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
560321 ; Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. 



Chimes of Saint Patrick's ; from New 
York days & nights, by Emerson Whi- 
thorne [of U. S.] op. 40, no. 2 ; piano. 
(Sheet music edition, P 1306) 1723 
© Nov. 10, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555611 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

China ; oriental fox trot, words and mu- 
sic by Raymonde L. Morley [of U. S.] 

1724 
© Feb. 17, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560346; Major keys music pub. assn., 
Bakersfield, Calif. 

Chinaman ; by Marie Rose Wilking [of 
U. S.] op. 59, no. 3 ; piano. 1725 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; E 558139; 
Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. 

Chinee (The) lullaby man ; words by 
Herbert Reynolds [pseud, of Michael 

E. Rourkei and Harold Christy, mel- 
ody by Ray Henderson tof U. S.], arr. 
by Ed. Morbach, jr. tof U. S.i 1726 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558098; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Chinese dance; by Harrv Crismore rof 
U. S.] ; piano. 1727 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26 - % E 
560315 ; Gamble hinged music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Cfiopin (FrjedEric Francois) Walzer ; 
von Chopin; piano. (Neue instruktive 
ausgabe von Theodor Wiehmayer tof 
Germany], no. 34) 1728 

© Oct. 28, 1920; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556210; Heinrichshofen's vcrlag, 
Magdeburg, Germany. [Copyright is 
claimed on editing, fingering and ar- 
ranging] 

Choral fantasia; on the opera Mari- 
tana, by W. Vincent Wallace, arr. by 

F. A. Challinor tof Great Britain] ; 
mixed and male voices. 4to. (York 
series, anthems and glees, no. 811) 

1729 
_© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 23; E 
551996; Banks & son, York, England. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Chords and modulations for tenor 
banjo ; arr. bv C. S. De Lano tof U. S.i 

1730 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555993; C. S. De Lano, Los Angeles. 

Christ our Passover ; anthem for 
Easter, music by R. M. Stults rof 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, in G. 4to. 1731 
© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
560001; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 



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1732 



is 



Christmas (Weihnachten) ; text by Jo- 
seph von Eichendorff, English version 
by A. E. Spingarn, music by Werner 
Josten rof Germany, domiciled at New 
York] ; high or medium, in D. (Sheet 
music edition, V. 792) 1732 

©pec. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555601 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Christmas soxg ; words and music by 
C. W. Krogmann rof U. S.i op. 145, 
no. 4. (Tuneful rhymes from Wonder- 
land, no. 4) 1733 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1923: 
E 553563 ; Willis music co., Cincinnati. 

Church house blues; fox trot, words 

and music bv Jimmie Marten ri. c. 

J. H. Marten, of U. S.i 1734 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; E 555680; 

James Hugh Marten, Los Angeles. 

Church of Christ incarnate; hymn, 
words by Richard Neville Lynn, music 
by G. Corri rof England i London. 
Novello & co., ltd. 12mo. 1735 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 10. 1923; 
E 556322; Ghita Corri, Healdstone, 
England. 

ClCHY POGODNY WIECZOR majowy rand] 

Za Ebru fala ; opracowal A. Omel- 

czuk rof U. S.i 1736 

©Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22. 1925; 

E 553857; Jos. Krygier. Philadelphia. 

Cinderella : waltz, by Guido Tutrinoli 
iof Italy, domiciled at New York; 

1737 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555841 
Helen V. Collins, Amsterdam, N. Y 

Cinderella's honeymoon (Dornros- 
chen's brautfahrt) ; polka and two 
step, by E. Dorazil rof U. S.i ; piano. 
Chicago, 111., Cosmopolitan pub. co. 

1758 
_ ©Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
560154; Edward Dorazil, Chicago. 

Cindy it am wedding time; words and 

melody bv A. Bernard [of U. S.i, arr. 

by Billy Hageney rof U. S.] 1739 

© 1 c. Feb. 19. 1923; E 560141; Al 

Bernard, New York. 

City of Larned ; march, by D. Scotti rof 

U. S.i ; piano. Leipzig, Germany, 

Friedrich Hofmeister. 1740 

© Jan. 20. 1923: 2 c. Jan. 50; E 

553982 ; Domingo Scotti, Larned, Kan. 

Cloches de Noel. See Baton (Rhene) 
Ouatre chansons pour le jour de Noel. 



Cloister ham ; reverie, by Auguste Cons 
iof Great Britain i ; piano, English fin- 
gering. 1741 
© Ian. 12. 1923: 1 c. Jan. 16; E 
551823; Gould & Bolttler, London. 

Close at Thy side: words by S. E. 
Mekin, music by Alfred Wooler rof 
U. S.j ; high voice. (Songs for the 
church, third series) 1742 

_ © Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 2; E 
555736; Clayton F. Summy co., Chi- 
cago. 

Coal black mammy ; fox trot, by Laddie 
Cliff and Ivy St. Flelier iof England), 
arr. by Wm. Schulz rof U. S.i ; orch. 
with piano. Feist ed. 1743 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553911 : Francis, Day & Hunter, Eon- 
don. (Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

one-step, by Cliff-St. Helier, ed. by 

McNair Ilgenfritz rof U. S.i, played 
by Rose Yanderbosch rof U. S.] (Re- 
cordo, word roll, no. 67290) [Music 
roll] 1744 

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
555692; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation and editing] 

Cobbler (The): words by Dena Tem- 
pest, music by Hermann Lohr rof 
Great Britain i 1745 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 27; E 
556064; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Cocoritta (La); danse espahole, by S. 
P. Fachutar i of U. S.i 1. Violin and 
pf.— 2. Pf. 1746, 1747 

^© 1 c. each Feb. 2, 1923; E 555749. 
555750; SaL-ator Peter Fachutar, Santa 
Cruz, Calif. 

Colonel Forsyth ; march, by D. Scotti 

i of U. S.i ; piano. Leipzig, Germany, 

Friedrich Hofmeister. 1748 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 

553983; Domingo Scotti. Larned, Kan. 

Columbine; words by Violet Essex, 
music by Beth Chapman iof Great 
Britain] 1. In E flat.— 2. In F. 1749 
© Jan. 3, 1923; 1 c. each Jan. 19; 
E 556028; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Come along and take a chance with 

me ; words and music by P. R. Nye 

tof U. S.i 1750 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Tan. 29; E 

555516; P. R. Nye. Chicago. 



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no. 3. 192.1 



1767 



Come and get the post, it's someone's 
. birthday. See Playtime pieces. 

Come back to me, mother; words by 
E. E. Barnett, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington tof U. S.] 1751 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555920; 
E. E. Barnett, Norfolk, Va. 

Come nesteE in your mammy's arms; 
waltz, words by W, J. Werley, music 
by Edward C. McCormick [of U. S.j 

1752 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553865: William J. Werley, Over- 
peck, O. 

Come, pretty New York girls ; words 

by J. E. Galvan, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] 1753 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; E 555923 : J. E. 

Galvan, Arverne, N. Y. 

Come shepherd swains; madrigal, by 
John Wilbye, ed. by Sydney Grew |of 
Great Britain] ; three women's voices. 
Polymetric ed. 4to. . ( Sixteenth cen- 
tury vocal music: Second set of mad- 
rigals to 3, 4, 5 and 6 part apt both 
for voyals and voyces, no. 1) 1754 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556135 ; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London. 

Come to Cai.teornta ; words and mel- 
ody by S. S. Yosburg [of U. S.i 1755 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555902: 
Stella S. Yosburg, Granville, la. 

Commander D. A. Weaver : march, by 

T. Pierro [of U. S.] ; band. 1756 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; E 560171; 

Tommaso Pierro, Coco Solo, Canal 

Zone. 

Comme vuo tu ; versi di Giuseppe Maes- 

. trale, musica di Ludovico Dc Marinis 

(of Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, Edizi- 

oni La sorgente. 4to. 1757 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Fen. 2. 1923; 

E 556115; Italian book co.. New York. 

Compeainte des arches dp; Noe. Sec 
Pierne (Gabriel) Six ballade's fran- 
chises. 

Comrades; words by M. E. Haley, music 

bv Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.i, arr. by 

fheo. G. Beach rof U. S.] 1758 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553835; 

Maude Evelyn Haley, Burton, O. 

Con. Dykeman's march ; by E. S. Wil- 
liams tof U. S.] ; piano. 1759 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553628; 
Ernest S. Williams, Brooklvn. 



Concentration. See Mayer (Max) Five 
old Chinese lyrics. 

Concertino vt; 1st position, by Jos. 
Bloch tof Hungary] op. 74; violin and 
pf. (Sheet music edition, B 1064) 

1760 

© Nov. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555577; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Concerto pour orgue; par Friedman 
Bach, attribue a Yivaldi, transcrip- 
tion par I. Philipp [of Francei ; piano. 
Ed. classique A. Durand & fils. 1761 

© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551601 ; Durand et cie., Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on transcription] 

Consecration (Nimm mein leben) ; 
anthem, words by Frances Havergal, 
tr. by Carl Nagel, music by G. F. 
Rosche rof U. S.i ; sop. and alto. Chi- 
cago, 111., Geo. F. Rosche & co. 
(Rosche's octavos, second series, .no. 
665) lEnglish and German textsi 

1762- 
© Jan. 18, 1923,1 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
555955; Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

Constancy: words by G. P. Morris, 
music by R. M. Stults [of U. S.i; low 
voice. 1763 

© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1923; 
E 560179; Heidelberg press, Philadel- 
phia. 

words by John Suckling, music by 

Alice Barnett rof U. S.i ; medium voice. 

1764 

© Feb. 6. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

553957 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Contentment ; words by Fraiyk Demp- 
ster Sherman, music by Edward H. 
Droop tof U. S.i ;. bass. 1765 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555744 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Core's suedato; canzone marcia, A'ersi 
di Giovanni Moleti, musica di Ernesto 
Napolitano lof Italy; mand. ace.] 
Naples, Edizioni La sorgente. 4to. 

1766 

© Oct. 20. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 

E 556109; Italian book co., New York. 

C o r n f e o w E r : sonatina, by Charles 
Arthur iof (J. S.i op. 115, no. 3; pf., 
in F. (Sheet music edition, P 1162) 

1767 
©Nov. 23, 1922: 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555582; Carl Fischer, New York. 



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1768 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Cos' e l'amor ; versi di Giovanni Moleti, 
musica di Vincenzo Santangelo [of 
Italy ; mand. ace.] Naples, Edizioni 
La sorgente. 4to. 1768 

© Oct. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923 ; 
E 556107; Italian book co., New York. 

Costello post no. 15 ; American legion, 
words and music by H. D. Pryor tof 
U. S.i, arr. by F. A. Mueller 'tof U. S.i 

1769 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 560045; 
Hurshel D. Pryor, Washington. 



— ■ — ■ (In Washington 

times-herald, Feb. 18, 1923) 1770 

© Feb. 16, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 24; E 
560323; Hurshel D. Pryor, Washing- 
ton. 

CouchEr du soleil mourant. See Fon- 
taine (Leon J.) Six esquisses. 

Counterfeit Bile from Louisville; 
words by Lew Brown, music by Ray 
Henderson [of U. S.i 1771 

__ © Feb. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 24 ; E 
560308 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. 

Country (The) band; characteristic 
march, by Wallace A. Johnson iof 
U. S.i ; piano. 1772 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
560003; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

CoLfNTRY (A) girl for ME; words by 
M. A. Krasovic, music by Everett J. 
Evans [of U. S.] Invincible ed. New 
York, Invincible music co., inc. 1773 
© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553942; Martin A. Krasovic, Steelton, 
Pa. 

Covent garden ; lyric by Eileen Carfrae, 

music by C. Armstrong Gibbs [of 

Great Britain] ; in C. 1774 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 

556083 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Cowardy cowardy custard ; words and 
music by Frank Wood and John P. 
Long tof England] ; in G. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] 1775 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; 
E 551734; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

-Cowslips ; by L. A. Cane tof Great 

Britain] ; piano. (In Flower suite, 

no. 4) 1776 

© Ian. 15, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 

556093; Collard Moutrie, London. 



Cradle song ; by D. Knapp [of U. S.i ; 
piano. 1777 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 558002; 
Dorothy Knapp, Los Angeles. 

by Purcell J. Mansfield tof Great 

Britain] op. 90; organ. obi. 4to. 
(Paxton's organ library, ed. by J. A. 
Meale) ' . 1778 

© Jan. 30, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556072; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

by Richard Czerwonky, arr. by M. 

Austin Dunn tof U. S.] ; organ. 
(Sheet music edition, P 1222) 1779 
© Nov. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555591; Carl Fischer, New York, 
i Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

See also Brahms (Johannes) — Mac- 
Murray (Frederick) Four melodies 
for violin alone. 

Cradle stories ; sleep, little one, and 
rest, words bv H. T. Broome, music 
by J. R. J. Hayes [i. e. Robert J. 
Haves, of U. S.i ; contralto with violon- 
cello obbl. ad lib. 1780 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1923; E 560065; 
Harold Temple Broome, New York. 

Crepuscule. See Vavin (Ernest) Six 
miniatures. 

Cries (The) of old London; a set of 

easy duets, by Ernest Newton [of Eng- 

landi ; piano with words. 1781 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 

551972; Leonard & co., London. 

Crtmson (The) eyebrows; a fantastic 
romance of old China, in three acts, 
words and music by May H e w e s 
Dodge and John Wilson Dodge rof 
U. S.i 4to. 1782 

© Dec. 19, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
30; A 693949; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Crippled (The) faun ; text by Wilfrid 
Thorley, music by Granville Bantock 
iof England] (Pagan chants, no. 2) 

1783, 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 5; E 
556187 ; Swan & co., ltd., London. 

Crist (Bainbridge) Intermezzo; from 
Pregiwa's marriage, by B. Crist, arr. 
by Chas. J. Roberts [of U. S.i; full 
orch. with piano-conductor. 1784 

© Nov. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555541 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



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1801 



Crux avE bEnedicta ; Latin motet, music 
by Jos. Deschermeier rof Germany] op. 
162, no. 6; mixed voices. (In Fischer 
edition : Cantiones variae, no. 6) 1785 
© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560242 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Crying for you; fox trot, by Ned 
Miller and Chester Cohn [of U. S.i, 
arr. by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.i ; orch. 
with words. Feist ed. 4to. 1786 

© Feb. 14, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
558111: Leo Feist inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

waltz, by Ned Miller and Chester 

Cohn [of U. S.], arr. by Wm. Schulz 
[of U. S.i ; orch. with words. Feist ed. 
4to. 1787 

© Feb. 14. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
558112; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

■ — ■ — words and music bv Ned Miller 

and Chester Cohn [of U. S.i 1788 

© Jan. 24. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; E 
555430; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Cuckoo--Coo-aye, every day in every 

way ; words and music bv E. S. Mc- 

Gill rof U. S.] 1789 

© 1 c. Feb. 3. 1923 ; E 553770; Edna 

Sawyer McGill, Berkeley, Calif. 

Cuddee me as we dancE; from The 
dancing girl, words by Harold At- 
teridge, music by Sigmund Romberg 
rof U. S.] 1790 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 
555659; Harms, inc., New York. 

Curious story (Kuriose geschichte) ; 
by Heller, op. 138, no. 9, played by 
George MacNabb [of U. S.i (Am- 

. pico, no. 61111-F). [Music roll] 1791 
© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560095 ; American piano co., New. 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Cygne. See Saint- Saens (Charles Ca- 
mille) 

Cynthia suite; by Marian Coryell rof 

U. S.i ; piano. 1792 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 

558115; Harold Flammer, inc., New 

York. 

Daddy's arms; words by Martha E. 

Stevenson, music by E. H. McKenney 

rof U. S.i 1793 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555650; 

Elena H. McKenney, Los Angeles. 



Dady o' mine; words by H. A. Walter, 

music by Geo. Butts [of Great Britain, 

domiciled at Philadelphia] 1794 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; E 555720; 

Howard A. Walter, Philadelphia. 

Daevodils ; by L. A. Cane rof Great 
Britain] ; piano. (In Flower suite, no. 
2) 1795 

^ © Jan. 15, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
556091 ; Collard Moutrie, London. 

Dance (The) See Childhood's happy 
days. 

Dance cArRicE. See Grieg (Edvard 
Hagerup) 

Dance (The) in Place Congo; sym- 
phonic poem, by H. F. Gilbert of 
U. S.i op. 15 ; orch. sc. New York, 
H. W. Gray co. 1796 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 2; E 
555708; Henry F. Gilbert, Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Dance of the crickets ; by R. S. Mor- 
rison rof U. S.i ; piano. Boston — New 
York — Chicago, Evans music co. 1797 
© Feb. 15. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E- 
553990; M. T. Evans, Boston. 

Dance of the houris. See Dance suite 
from Decameron nights. 

Dance oe the minutes ; by Brian Hope, 
arr. by Albert W. Ketelbey rof Eng- 
land] ; orch. with piano conductor. 4to. 

1798 
© Jan. 23, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
556183; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Dance suite erom Decameron nights; 
by Herman Finck [of Great Britain] ; 
orch. Contents : 1. Dance of the hou- 
ris. — 2. Wedding dance— 3. ^ Tempta- 
tion valse. — 4. Festival dance. 1799 
© Jan. 24, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556334; Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Danctng (The) doee; by Marie Rose 
Wilking [of U. S.] op. 59, no. 1 ; piano. 

1800 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555683; 
Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. 

Dancing tool; fox trot, by Snyder, 
played by Herbert Clair [of U. S.] ; 
in B flat. (Ampico, word -roll, no. 
202721-F) [Music rolli 1801 

© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560114; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 



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Dancing (The) sheik; words and Dawn OF To-morrow ; words and music 



music by J. H. Broughton [of U. S.i 

1802 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553782; 
John Harold Broughton, Racine, Wis. 

Dancing snowEeakes; by Wm, H. Pot- 
stock [of U. S.i op. 16, no. 6; piano. 
(Sheet music edition, P. 1174: Musi- 
cal zephyrs) 1803 

© Nov. 1, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555539 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Dans une crypte; prelude, par Georges 
Sporck [of France] ; piano. Paris, 
Edition analytique des classiques. 1804- 

©_Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923: 
E 556229: Georges Sporck, Paris. 

DansE. Sec Suite champetre. 

Danse antique; by Granville English 
rof U. S.i op. 22, no. 1; pf. (Sheet 
music edition, P. 1191) 1805 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555570; Carl Fischer, New York. 

-by Herbert Ralph Ward [of U. S.i ; 

piano. (Recital pieces, grade 3) 1806 

© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
560345; Edward Schuberth & co., 
Chicago. 

Danse EfiERiQUE. See Vavin (Ernest) 

Six miniatures. 

Dansf. RUSSE; de Serge Weksler rof 
Franco ; piano. 1807 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 9, 1923; 
E 551598; Jean Jobert, Paris. 

Danza, MenuETTq, Gavotta [and] Yaese ; 
by Serge Prokofieff, ed. by F. H. 

Schneider [of Germany] op. 32; piano. 

Moscow, A. Gutheil. ' 1808 

© July 1, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 19, 1923; 

E 551965 ; Breitkopf & H artel, Leipzig. 

Darling mother ; words by Irving Mein- 
ster, melody by J. Gioe [of Italy, dom- 
iciled at New York] 1809 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555702; 
Joseph Gioe, New York. 

Dauntless; words by Stephen Berrien 
Stanton, music by Horton Corhett rof 
U. S.i 1810 

© Feb. 8, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
560011; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



by Don Eure Atwood and Leon E. 
Terry lof U. So; high voice. (Sheet 
music edition, V 769) 1811 

© Nov. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555593 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Dawning (The) days; song by Lewis 
M. Isaacs [of U. S.i 1. Sop. or ten. — 
2. Mezzo sop. or bar. 1812 

© Feb. 13. 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 15; 
E 558047; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Day by day in every way; melody by 
J. C. McCabe tof U. S.i 1813 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923 ; E 555793 ; Tas. 
C. McCabe, New York. 

Day by day in EVERY way I'm getting 
better and BETTER I words and mel- 
ody by Russell C. Goldberg t of U. S.i, 
arr. by L. L. Vos Burgh t of U. S.i 1814 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; E^ 555679 ; 
Globe music pub. co., New York. 

Day oe glory; words by Susan Cool- 
idge, music by Ralph Cox [of U. S.i 
1. In B flat.— 2. In D flat. 1815 " 

© Tan. 26, 1923: 2 c. each Jan. 29; 
E 553981; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Day (The) oe judgment; words by 
Christoph Christian Sturm, English 
text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by 
Philipp Emmanuel Bach, ed. by Clar- 
ence Dickinson tof U. S.j ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. (Sacred cho- 
ruses, no. 93) 1816 
© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1923 ; 
E 555943 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
i Copyright is claimed on editing! 

Dead (The) dryad: text by Wilfrid 
Thorley, music by Granville Bantock 
tof Englandi (Pagan chants, no. 1) 

1817 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 5; E 
556186; Swan & co., ltd.. London. 

Dear little flower ; words and music 
by E. Georgeoff ro f U. S.i 1818 

© Tan. 22. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553888; Evan Georgeoff, Cleveland. 

Dear little lake; valse, words and 
music by A. M. Reynolds [of U. S.i ; 
arr. by Louis La Rondelle rof England, 
domiciled at Los Angeles, Calif.] 1819 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 558004; 
Alene Margarette Reynolds. Venice, 
Calif. 



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1835 



Dear mother, my best friend has 

gone; words bv L. F. Leninger, music 

by Kathryn I. White [of U. Sj 1820 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; E 553974; 

Lester F. Leninger, Pittsburgh. 

Dear old Devon ; fox trot, words and 
music by Tom King and Jack Fewster 
iof Great Britaim 1821 

© Jan. 5, 1923 ; 1 c. Jan. 19 ; E 
556027 : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London. 

Dear old L. A., the angel city; words 
and music by P. Michel rof U. S.i 
Los Angeles, Calif.. Michel pub. co. 

1822 
© Jan. 26, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555716; Paul Michel, Los Angeles. 

Dearie me, O ! words by Maude Bon- 
ner, music bv Daniel Protheroe iof 
U. S.i 1823 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; E 
555869; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Dedans la vile' DE Perpignan; sur une 
vicille. chanson du Limousin, par G. 
Sporck iof Francei : piano. Paris. 
Edition analytique des classiqucs. 1824 
© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556230 ; Georges Sporck, Paris. 

Defamation. See Child poems. 

Deuces (Clement PhieibErt Leo) 
Ou va la jcune Tndoue ; Indian bell 
song, from Lakme, text by Goudinct 
and Gille, English version by Charlotte 
H. Coursen iof U. S.i, music by L. 
Delibes, cd. by N. Clifford Page iof 
U. S.i ; high voice, in B min. (Oper- 
atic songs and duets, Carl Fischer edi- 
tion, series 5 : Superior edition, no. 
5558) [English and French text] 1825 
© Dec. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555532; Carl Fischer. New York.' 
[Copyright is claimed ou English ver- 
sion and arrangement] 

Dem rEbtn's nisim ; words and melody 
by G. Goldstein iof U. S.i 1826 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1923; E 555441; 
Gus Goldstein, Coney Island, N. Y. 

Dexk es, O seeee; gedicht von Ed. 

Morike, musik von Hans Pfitzner iof 

Germany] op 30, no. 3. 1827 

© May 11, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551656; Adolph Furstner, Berlin. 

DerntkrEs (Les) pen sees. See Pierne 
(Gabriel) Six ballades franchises. 



Desert land ; one-step, words and music 
by F. J. Corbett and Walter C. Kevlor 
iof U. Sj 1828 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923: E 558089; 
Frank James Corbett, Roxbury, Mass. 

Desert (A) waie. See Allah. 

Development and growth oe the 
U. S. A.; patriotic pageant, words by 
C. Scoones, music by Mary Frances 
Read Doht iof U. S.i Chicago, III, 
Educational music bureau. 4to. 1829 

© Dec. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1923; 
D 26407; Charlotte Scoones, Peoria. 
111. 

Dieb (Der) des glucks; schelmenspiel 
in drci akten, von Bernhard Schuster, 
klavicrauszug mit text von F. H. 
Schneider [of Germany] 1830 

© Dec. 2, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; 
E 556\73; Edition Ruth, Berlin. 

Dint' 'e cancELLE! versi c musica di 

G. Ingenito tof Italy] ; mand. ace. 

4to. 1831 

© Jan. 27. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8: E 

556191 ; A. Pcronace & co.. New York. 

Discreet (The) nightingale (Die 
verschwiegenc nachtigall) ; words by 
Walther von der Vogelweide, English 
version by Alice Mattullath, music by 
Werner Josten iof Germain-, domiciled 
at New York] ; high in E flat. (Sheet 
music edition, V. 776) 1832 

© Dec. 23, 1922; 2 c. Ian. 29, 1923; 
E 555600; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Disenchanted (The) isle; moral 
comic opera, words by R. A. Deri, v. 
music by E. H. Derby [of U. S.i 
Libretto and music. 1833 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1923 ; D 26402 ; R A. 
Derby and E. H. Derbv, Hoffman, 
N. C. 

Dissatisfied: words bv Edward Free- 
man, melody by M. Isaacs lof'U. S.i 

1834 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553576; 
Marty Isaacs, New York. 

Dix transcriptions pour grand crgue. 
See Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) 

Dla mlodych (For young folks) : 
obcrek, by P. Feldhann iof U. S.i; in- 
strumental. 1835 
© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1923; E 555894; 
Peter Feldhann. New York. 



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Dla starych (For old folks) ; oberek, 
by P. Feldhann [of U. S.] ; instru- 
mental. 1836 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555893; 
Peter Feldhann, New York. 

Do it again ; fox trot, from The French 
doll, by Gershwin, played by the Orig- 
inal piano trio [of U. S.i ; in F. 
(Ampico, word roll, no. 20267 1-F) 
[Music roll] 1837 

© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560097 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Do you miss me ; words by H. P. 
Hughes, music by Valerie Gordon rof 
U. S.] 1838 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
560187; H. P. Hughes, Clinton, B. C, 
Canada. 

Dox Juan ; words by R. P. Weston and 
Bert Lee, music by R. Harris Weston 
[of England] ; in F. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 1839 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; 
E 551735; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Donkey ride; by Wm. H. Potstock [of 
U. S.i op. 16, no. 4; piano. (Sheet 
music edition, P 1172 : Musical zephyrs) 

1840 

© Oct. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 

E' 555615; Carl Fischer, New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Doxxyerooks fair. See Sullivan's Irish 

jigs, no. 2. 

Dox't be a rubber neck ; words and 
music bv E. M. Bartlett [of U. S.] 

1841 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558024; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, 
Hartford, Ark. 

• Don't be a wabbler; or, One sweet- 

' heart at a time, words by I. Young, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington tof 

U. S.i 1842 

© 1 c. Feb. .9, 1923; E 555912; 

Isabelle Young, San Francisco. 

Don't crowd ; blue fox trot, by Chick 
Moore [pseud, of A. Moore] and V. 
Ferry [of U. S.], arr. by Glenn Halley 
tof U. S.i ; piano. 1843 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 555996; 
Algie Moore and Vernon Ferry, San 
Francisco. 



Dox't forget; from Take a chance, 
words by .H. I. Phillips, music bv 
Harold Orlob [of U. S.i 1844 

^ © Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 
555805 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Dox't kick a nation when it's down; 
words and melody by F. Fisher [of 
U. S.], arr. by Geo. Holman [of U. S.i 

1845 
© 1 c. Jan. 20. 1923; E 553574; 
Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 

Don't let 'em scrap the British navy ! 
from The co-optimists, words by R. P. 
Weston and Bert Lee, music by Mel- 
ville Gideon rof England] ; in G. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] 1846 

©Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923 ; 
E 551743; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Dox't let them fooe you, my little 

boy ; words and melodv bv S. Fiizv 

tof U. S.I 1847 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558083; 

• Stephen Fiizy, Cleveland. 

Dox't make your sweet mama cry 
over you; words by Hal Billings, 
music by Earl Burtne'tt [of U. S.i 1848 
^© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555764 : Grantier-Bryant music pub. 
co., Los Angeles. 

Dox't play with Broadway; words by 
L. Lee, melody by C. Fields [of U. S.i 

1849 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555789; Lew 
Lee and Chas. Fields, Newark, N. J. 



Don't take the flapper away; words 
by N. Frost, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
rof U. S.], arr. bv Theo. G. Beach tof 
U. S.] 1850 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923 ; E 553832 ; 
Nyrha Frost, Worcester. 

Don't you know I am crazy about 
you? words and music by W. Batson 
tof U. S.i, arr. by N-. McDonald tof 
U. S.] ; orch. with piano. 4to. 1851 
. © Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553964; William Batson, New York. 

Don't you let 'em ; words by Charles 

Seidenman, music by S. Seidenman rof 

U. S.i ; piano with words. 1852 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553785; 

Sidney Seidenman, Washington. 

Dorado (El) ; grand polka de concert, 
by Bartlett, op. 14, ed. by McNair 
Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], played by Ivan 



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1871 



Kerouak. (Recordo, no. 67260) [Mu- 
sic roll] 1853 
© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; E 
555695; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [Copy right is claimed on edit- 
ing] 



Dorothy ; words and melody by L. Per- 
kins tof U. S.i 1854 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555656; 
Lawrence Perkins, Chicago. 

Down among the sleepy hills oe 
TENNESSEE; words by Sam M. Lewis 
and Joe Young, music by Geo. W. 
Meyer [of U. S.1 1855 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555830; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Down by the old apple tree ; fox trot, 
by Al. Wilson and Jas. A. Brennan, 
arr. by J. Gravelle [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. ' 1856 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
558090 ; Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Down in Connecticut; words and mu- 
sic by M. Ryan tof U. S.i 1857 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923; E 560272; 
Margaret Ryan, Boston. 

Down Kentucky way ; words and mu- 
sic by P. C. Baffa [of U. S.] 1858 
© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 1; E 
555707 ; Pasquale C. Baffa, Jersey City. 

IDown on the bank oe the Chatta- 
hoochie; words by E. Daniell, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington tof U. S.] 

1859 
© 1 c. Feb. .23, 1923; E 560211; 
Estelle Daniell, Georgetown, Ga. 

. Down on the Hoko-Poko ; song fox 
trot, words and music by George Ellis 
and Evelyn Baly [of Great Britain] ; ' 
piano, with words. 1860 

^ © Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556042 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

' Down the Jersey shore; words by 
J. H. Rothery, melody by Herman 
Dubois [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.i 1861 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553773; John 
H. Rothery, Victor, Id. 

Down the lane that leads to home 
SWEET home; words by Lew Brown, 
melody by Ray Henderson rof U. S.], 
arr. by Ed. Morbach, jr. [of U. S.i 

1862 



© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558099; 
Shapiro. Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 



Down west Norfolk way ; words by 

Hubert Fletcher, music by Montague 

Ewing tof England] 1863 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 2; E 

556192 ; West's, ltd:, London. 

Dream (A) ; words by Edgar Allan Poe, 
music by W. S. Schwartz [of U. S.i 

1864 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1923; E 558040; 
W T illiam Spencer Schwartz, Atlantic 
City. 

Dream boat; by L. A. Daly [of U. S.i : 
piano. 1865 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923: E 553796; 
Lewis Alden Daly, New York. 

Dream enthralling. See Schubert 
(Franz Peter) 

Dream girl ; fox trot, words and music 

by Jack H. Froud [of U. S.], arr. by 

Harry French. 1866 

JcTjan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555632 ; Bartlett music co., Detroit. 

Dreaming oe yol t ; words and music by 
A. V. Bailey [of U. S.i 1867 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560142; 
Allen V. Bailey, Trenton, N. J. 

Dreams are best; words by W. H. 
Murray, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
rof U. Sj 1868 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560232; 
W. H. Murray, Ottawa, Ontario, Can- 
ada. 

Dreams oe Dixie; or, I hear the South- 
land calling, words and music by W. J. 
Robertson rof U. S.i, arr. by Vida E. 
Litchfield rgf U. S.i 1869 

_© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
.555515; W. J. Robertson music co., 
Pontiac, 111. 

Dronning MargrEThe ; digt af Gyrithe 
Lemche, musik af L. Nielsen rof Den- 
mark] op. 50; blandede roster. Copen- 
hagen, Wilhelm Hansen. 1870 
© Dec. 1, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 9; E 
556066 ; Ludolf Nielsen, Copenhagen. 

Dry those Eyes ; from Shakespeare's 
The tempest, music by Victor Pelis- 
sier, ed. and augmented by Harold 
Vincent Milligan [of U. 'S.i {In Pio- 
neer American composers, v. 2) 1. 
Sop. or ten. — 2. Mezzo-sop. or bar. 

1871 



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Dry those eyes— Continued. 

© Tan. 23, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 26; 
E 555451; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Duboscq (Claude) Deux oraisons; par 
C. Duboscq lof Francei ; orguc. 18/2 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551569; E. Demets, Paris. 

DudEEE (A) ; song, arr. by William 
Schcr rof U. S.i 

(3?VrTn 8) 

1873 
© Tan. 31, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
553792; Saul Schenker, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on new arrange- 
ment] 

Dus kabzEndEX; words and melody bv 

A. King rof U. S.] 1874 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; K 560279; 
Adolph King, New York. 

DzwonEczki (Bell) ; polka, by P. Feld- 
hann lof U. S.i ; instrumental. 1875 
© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1923; E 555896; 
Peter Feldhann, New York. 

'E nivita; versi di Giuseppe Maestrale, 
musica di Ernesto Napolitano [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, Edizioni 
La sorgente. 4to. 1876 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2. 1923; 
E 556110; Italian book co., New York. 

E' sempE NapueE; versi di Giovanni 
Moleti, musica di Vincenzo Santan- 
gelo [of Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples. 
Edizioni La sorgente. 4to. 1877 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 
E 556108; Italian book co.. New York. 

Each hay a Mother's day ; words and 
music by O. P. Huish iof L T . S.y, 
mixed voices. 1878 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555381; Orson Pratt Huish, Payson, 
Utah. 

Early morning. See In the highlands. 

Early one morning. Sec Playtime 
pieces. 

Earth ( The) and man ; words by Stop- 
ford A. Brooke, music by Clarence 
Dickinson tof U. S.i; mixed voices. 
(Sacred choruses, no. 94) 4to. 1879 
© Feb. 2, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 3: E 
553758; H. YV. Gray co., New York. 

Eastern (An) lullaby. Sec Ring 
( Montague) Two songs of the desert. 

1 



Echo song ; words and music by Eliza- 
beth Gest iof U. S.] ; sop., alto, and 
bass, melody in bass. 4to. 1880 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
553997; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Echoes from aear; suite, by Rnidolphj 
Osterle}.' iof Austriai op. 23; pf. Con- 
tents: 1. The harpist's evening song. — 
2. Love's confession. — 3. Love lost. — 4. 
Hunting scene. 1881 

© Dec. 8, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; 
E 556002; Schott & co., London. 

Ecstasy; valse hesitation, par Alfredo 
Barbirolli tof Italy] ; piano. 1882 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551614; Heugel, Paris. 

Eeeusion. See Trois emotions. 

Ei ukhnEm ; song of the Volga boat- 
men, English version freely adapted by 
H. M. Buck, Bh oopaooTK'fc <D. Keiie- 
Mana, adapted by Cbaliapine and 
Koeneman, rev. by Chas. T. Gaisberg 
iof U. S.i 1883 

© Dec. 15, 1922: 1 c. Dec. 22; 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 1923: E 553855: J. &W. Ches- 
ter, ltd., London. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision] 

Electric girl; shimmy-*fox, by Helrn- 

burgh-Holmes iof Germany] op. 101 ; 
piano. 1884 

© May 1, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 27, 1923; 
E 556034; Befa-verlag, Berlin. 

Elizabeth's prayer. See Wagner 
(Richard) 

EELE aime ca; paroles ct musique de 
Fred Pearly iof France] 1885 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9. 1923; 
E 556234; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

E:.LE disatT . . . ; serenata hesitation, par 

G. Bonincontro rof Francej ; orch. 

avec piano conducteur. 4to. 1886 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551840; L. Grus et cie., Paris. 

Emigrant (The) ; poem by John Mase- 
field, music by Lionel Russell rof Eng- 
land] 1887 
© Jan. 17, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29: E 
556078; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

En Cuba ; folk song, arr. and tr. by 

Frank La Forge rof U. S.i ; high 

voice. (Mexican songs) 1888 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 

555808; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 

. York. 

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no. 3, 1923 



1907 



En djinrika ; poeme de Andre Alexan- 
dre, musique de Georges Hue rof 
France] ( Deux poemes japonais, no. 2) 

1889 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551610; Heugel, Paris. 

En sourdine ; paroles de Paul Verlane, 
musique de Frederic d'Erlanger rof 
France] , 1890 

© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551570; Rouart, Lerolle et cic, 
Paris. 

English folk song; how delightful to 
see, duet, by Geoffrey Shaw [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. 1891 
© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
551974; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Entr'acte; by A. Walter Kramer [of 

U. S.] op. 46, no. 2; violin and piano. 

(Sheet music edition, B. 1830) . 1892 

© Dec. 9, 1922; 2 c. Tan. 29, 1923; 

E 555545; Carl Fischer/New York. 

Entranced (The) hour; words by D. 
I. Broadhurst. music bv Gwendolen' 
Coleridge-Taylor tof Great Britain i 
op. 37; in E flat. 1893 

© Feb. 6, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 10 : E 
556328; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London. 

EsterkE; words and music by Yankele 
Brisker [of U. S.i, arr. by Jacob B. 
Davidson. 

1894 
© Sept. 16, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 
E 555759 ; J. Leiserowitz pub. co., 
New York. 

Evening prayer; words by H. Reiscn- 
blatt, music bv Solomon Golub tof 
U. S.i, ed. by H. Pospischil. 

1895 
© Dec. 15. 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1923; 
E 555962; N'Ginah pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Every day in all the year is Mother's 
day ; words by B. L. Lincoln, music 
bv Geo. Graff, jr. iof U. S.i, arr. by 
fheo. G. Beach rof U. S.i 1896 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553842; B. L. 
Lincoln, Bayonne, N. J. 

Every day in Every way; words and 
music by J. H. Hill rof U. S.i, arr. 

1163—23- 3 1 



bv William Bakewell McCrackin iof 
U. S.i 1897 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 558143; 
James Harold Hill, El Paso, Tex. 

or, Coue blues, words by Jane Jack- 
son and A. C. Elgar, melodv bv A. C. 
Elgar rof U. S.] " 1898 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 560041; 
A. Chas. Elgar, New York. 

Every one is deautieul in some-one's 
EYES : from Sunshowers. words and 
music bv Harrv Delf [of U. S.i Lev. 
ed. 1899 

© Feb. 13. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
558104: Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Everybody likes the same sweet girl ; 
words In- lack Yellen, music bv F. 
Asmus iof U. S.i 1900 

__© Tan. 2. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 2; E 
555719; Weile pub. co., inc.. St. Louis. 

Everybody's struttin j now; fox trot, 
from Elsie, words and music bv Noble 
Sissle and Eubie Blake tof U. S.] 1901 
© Feb. 13. 1923: 2 c. Feb. 21 ; E 
560254; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Exaltation; by William Baines tof 
England] ; piano. 1902 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Tan. 22; E 
551969; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Fachutar (Salvator Peter) Inter- 
mezzo, Iw S. P. Fachutar iof U. S.i 
1. Violin and pf.— 2. Pf. 1903,1904 
© 1 c. each Feb. 2, 1923: E 555751, 
555752; Salvator Peter Fachutar, 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 

Factmme's pECCATo; parole ,di Diego 
Corrao, musica di Cecchino'" Giordano 
iof Italy; .mand. acc.i Naples, Edi- 
zioni La sorgcnte, 4to. 1905 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 
E 556116; Italian book co., New York. 

Fair Hawaii, how I long Eor you; 
Hawaiian fox trot, words and music 
by H. Bell rof U. S.i rPhotostat, 

1906 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923: E 560166; 
Harry Bell, Evansville, Ind. 

Fair ts the ROSE; madrigal, by Orlando 
Gibbons, ed. by Sydney "Grew rof 
Great Britaini ; five mixed voices. 
Polymetric ed. 4to. (Sixteenth cen- 
tury vocal music : First set of madri- 
gals and mottets of 5 parts, apt for 
viols and voyces, no 16) 1907 

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Fair is the ROSE — Continued. 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556138; J. Curwen & sons/ ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Fair maid of Perth; overture, by J. 
Widdel, arr. by Paul de Ville, rev. by 
Lester Brockton lot" U. S.i ; military 
band. 4to. 1908 

© Oct. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555523; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Fairy (The) sea; words by Harold 

Simpson, music by Haydn Wood rof 

Great Britain! 1909 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 

556013: Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Fancy Nancy Clancy; waltz, words 
and music by Harry Pease, Ed. G. 
Nelson and Jimmy Flynn rof U. S.i 

1910 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 
553910; Leo Feist, inc.. New York. 

FanEarE joyEusE; piece caracteristique 
par F. Merigot iof France] ; piano. 

1911 

© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1923; 
E 551574; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Far away Erom the maddening would; 
words by E. M. Sires, melody by Her- 
man Dubois rpseud. of Ethel Fisher, 
of U. S.i 1912 

'© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555885; 
Edith Moore Sires, Crosby, Tex. 



1913 

\V23\ E 560152; 
Drake, Oakland, 



Farewell (A) ; from Carry on, words 
by Robert Burns, music by D. S. 
Drake rof U. S,i 

© 1 c. Feb. 19 
Dorothy Sussdorff 
N.J. 

Farewell serenade (Serenata de despe- 
dida) ; Porto Rican love song, words 
by A. Rodriguez, music bv Modesto 
Rivera rof U, S.i 1914 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
558092 ; Modesto Rivera, Chicago. 

Farewell symphony. See Haydn 
(Franz Josef) 

Farmerettes (The) ; a modern opera- 
bouffe in 3 acts, libretto by R. S. Hut- 
ton and Harrison Conrad, music by 
John Laurence Seymour rof U. S.i 
op. 15. Vocal sc. 1915 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923; D 26410; Rose 
Seymour-Hutton, Santa Monica, Calif. 



Fascismo Italia; tragic comical dance, 
by V. Spadea rof U. S.] ; piano. 1916 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553808; V. Spadea, New York. 

Fate, it was eate when I eirst met 
you : fox trot song, by Byron Gay, sc. 
by Geo. J. Trinkaus rof U. S.i ; band. 
4to. ' 1917 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
560023; M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Fatty ; words and melody by Harry 

White and Willy White rof U. S.i, 

arr. by George Holman rof U. S.] 1918 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923; E 560267; 

Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 

Fealty song; high school march, words 
by G. A. Brown, music by D. Spooner 
rof U. S.i ; unison voices. 4to. 1919 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555859; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Felton 's gavotte ; duet, by Geoffrey 

Shaw rof England] ; piano. 192*0 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 

551973; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Femme (La) a la rose; valse, sur les 
motifs de la celebre chanson, par Gas- 
ton Gabaroche rof France] ; piano. 

1921 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 

E 556240; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Femmena napulitana; versi di Luigi 
Sica, musica di Alfredo Bascetta [of 
Italy ; mand. ace.] 4to. 1922 

© Jan. 28, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
560040; A. Peronace & A. Bascetta, 
New York. 

Femmes (Les) les plus joliEs; chan- 
son, paroles de Joe Berardy, musique 
de A. Hander [of France] ; piano avec 
paroles. 1923 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556227; Alex Hander, Lyon, France. 

Festival at Bagdad. See Scheherazade. 

Festival dance. See Dance suite from 
Decameron nights. 

Feter man kan EiCH ; words by Morris 

Rund, melody by Stamuel] Weisser 

[of U. S.i 1924 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923; E 553933; M. 

Rund and S. Weisser, New York. 



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1940 



Fieeuse (La) d'or; romance, by J. 
Weissheyer tof U. S.] op. 76; violon- 
cello and piano. 1925 
© July 21, 1922; 2 c. Oct. 19; E 
553187; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on 'cello part] 

Finale. See Bach (Johann Sebastian) 
Suite no. 6. 

Fir-tree (The) and The paem (Ejtb 
h najibMa); romance, after Heine, poem 
by M. Michaeloff, English version by 
George Harris, jr. [of U. S.i, music by 
N. Rimsky-Korsakoff, ed. by Olin 
Downes [of U. S.] ; medium voice, in 
E flat. (Select songs of Russian com- 
posers, Carl Fischer edition, series 2 : 
Superior edition, no. 5571) [English 
and Russian text] 1926 

© Dec. 2, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555535; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on English ver- 
sion and arrangement] 

Fireside eueeaby; by M. L. Preston tof 
U. S.] ; pf. 1927 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555868;. Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

First cale oe spring ; serenade, by Wal- 
ter Wallace Smith tof U. S.] ; piano. 

1928 
© Jan. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
555942; Belwin, inc., New York. 

First (The) Easter; a pageant of the 
resurrection, text prepared b}^ Charles 
H. Crawford, music by George S. 
Schuler and Geo. F. Rosche [of U. S.] 
4to. 1929 

© Jan. 4, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; D 26405 ; 
Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

First (The) Easter morn; hymn by 
Charles Wesley, music by John Prin- 
dle Scott tof U. S.] ; high voice, organ 
ace. 1930 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
560132; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

First steps in vocae music; by Joseph 
Wylli [of U. S.] pt. 1, first grade. 8vo. 

1931 
© Dec. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1923; 
aff. Jan. 8; A 694958; C C. Birchard 
& co., Boston. 

Feapper (The) ; words by E. Reese, 

music by Geo. Graff, jr. tof U. S.i, 

arr. by Theo. G. Beach [of U. S.i 1932 

© 1 c. Feb! 15, 1923; E 558074; E. 

Reese, Keota, la. 



Feotow (Friedrich von) Stradella- 
overture ; by F. von Flotow, arr. by 
Theo. Moses, rev. by J. S. Seredy tof 
U. S.i ; full orch. 1933 

© Nov. 24, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555581; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on revised ar- 
rangement] 

Feower. See Schubert (Franz Peter) 

Keying (The) birds; by D. Rouillard 
[of Canada] ; pf. 1934 

© Nov. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923 ; 
E 556051; Donalda Rouillard, Mont- 
real, Canada. 

Fogg (Eric) Caprice; by E. Fogg [of 
England] ; violin and piano. 1935 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
551970; Elkins & co., ltd., London. 

Fontaine (Leon J.) Six esquisses ; in 
the 1st position, by L. J. Fontaine [of 
England] op. 36; violin and piano. 
Contents: 1. Supplication. — 2. Soli- 
loque— 3. Valsette.— 4. Chanson 
triste. — 5. Coucher du soleil mourant. — 
6. Marche des joyeux. 1936 

©Jan. 18, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
551971 ; Leonard & co., London. 

For a giri, like you; words and music 
anon., [Mary F. Wilson, of U. S.i 
(Fine art black series) 1937 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 24; E 
560305 ; Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. 

For oed eove's sake; lyric by G. Hubi- 
Newcombe, music by Jack Thompson 
lof Great Britain] ; in F. 1938 

■ © Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 5; E 
556145 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Forget- me- not; sonatina, by Charles 
Arthur rof U. S.i op. 115, no. 2; pf., in 
D. (Sheet music edition, P 1161) 

. 1939 
© Nov. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555583 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

ForlanE; de J. Mouret, realisation de la 
basse chiffree par Georges Dandelot 
tof France], partie de violon revue et 
annotee par Louis Wins ; violon et 
piano, en sol mineur. (Oeuvres anci- 
ennes, no. 7) 1940 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551590; Max Eschig, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on harmonization and 
collection] 



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pt. rn,n. s., v. 18 



Found; words and melody by Will C. 
Thomas [of U. S.i, arr. by Anson C. 
Jacobs tof U. S.) 1941 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1923; E 558038; 
Thomas & Thomas, Franklin, Pa. 

Four gulden for the Sabbath ; a dia- 
log, words and music by Solomon 
Golub tof U. S.i, ed. by H. Pospischil. 

(TAB rpN )3n^M "UT£) 

1942 
© Dec. 15. 1921; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1923; 
E 555960; N'Ginah pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Four-horsBman ; words by C. C. Max- 
well, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.i, 
arr. by Theo. G. Beach tof U. S.i 

1943 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558082; 

Chas. Constance Maxwell, New York. 

Four o'clock blues; words and music 
bv Johnny Dunn and Gus Horsier lof 
U. S.i "1944 

© Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; E 
.555714; Perry Bradford music pub. 
co., New York. 

Fra gudbrandsdalEn : suite no. 2, af 
David Monrad Johansen rof Norway] 
op. 9: piano. (Wilhelm Hansen edi- 
tion, no. 2263) 1945 
© Dec. 28. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
E 551648; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Fragrant blossoms; waltz, by C. C. 
Crammond tof U. S.i op. 136; piano. 

1946 
© Feb. 8. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
560002; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Frasquita ; operette in drei akten, worte 
von A. M. Willner und Heinz Reichert, 
musik von Franz Lehar rof Ger- 
many] ; vollstandiger klavierauszug mit 
text. 1947 

© July 25, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923 ; 
E 551988; Josef Weinberger, Leipzig. 

Fraternity blues ; from T. N. T., words 
and music by' F. C. Seligmann rof 
U. S.i 1948 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
553913; Florence C. Seligmann, New 
York. 

FrEiE bahn; bravour-marsch, von Al- 
bert Loeser [of Germany] op. 75 ; piano. 

1949 



© July 4, 1920; 1 c. Sept. 5, 1922; 
E 551633; Philharmonischer verlag, 
Berlin. 

FrEund Husch. See Im banne der 
jugendlust. 

Friend of my youth; words by M. R. 
Kelly, music by Geo. Graff, jr. tof 
U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. Beach rof 
U. Sj 1950 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558072; 
Mabel Rose Kelly. Tyrone, Okl. 

Frivolity ! valse chantee, paroles fran- 
chises de Fernand Bessier, musique de 
Dully Grey [of France! La Parisienne 
edition musicale. 1951 

© Dec. 28. 1922: 1 c. Feb. 9. 1923; 
E 556223; Lore'.te, Paris. 

From a garden ; words and music by 
Harry J. Pomar iof U. S.i ; low voice. 

1952 
© Feb. 14, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
558044 ; R. L. Huntzinger, inc., New 
York. 

From every earthly pleasure; hymn 
anthem, words by Eliel Davis, music 
by Samuel Richards Gaines iof U. S.i ; 
mixed cho., with ten. or sop. solo, 
organ ace. (G. S. 8vo choruses, no. 
7021) 1953 

©Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
553956; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Frost (The) is all over. See Sulli- 
van's Irish jigs, no. 2. 

Fruhlings-ballade (Ballade du prin- 
temps) : valse boston, von Albert 
Loeser rof Germany] ; piano. 1954 

©May 13, 1921 ; 1 c. Sept. 5, 1922; 
E 551629; Philharmonischer verlag, 
Berlin. 

Fruitungsgruss (Salut au printemps) ; 
bravour-marsch von Albert Loeser tof 
Germany] op. 96; piano, mit trio-text 
von Carl Bohm. 1955 

_© June 12, 1922: 1 c. Sept. 5; E 
551627; Philharmonischer verlag, Ber- 
lin. 

Fuimmucennk a Napule ; versi e mu- 
sica di Alfredo Bascetta rof U. S. ; 
mand. ace.] 4to. New York, Naples, 
Canzonetta Napoletana. 1956 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
560134; A. Peronace & A. Bascetta, 
New York. 



Fundamental technique; by J. H. 
Ribbe rof U. S.i ; piano. " 1957 



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1971 



© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1923; E 558039; 
John Harry Ribbe, Seattle. 

Furniture (The) remover; written by 
Clifford Grey, music by Cuthbert 
Clarke rof Great Britain] (Musical 
monologues, no. 264) 1958 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556047 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Gabriel's message; written by S. Bar- 
ing-Gould, arr. and har. from an old 
Basque carol by H. H. rof Great 
Britain] (In University carol book, 
bk. 1, pt. 1) 1959 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; 
E 551702; A. W. Ridley & co., West- 
minster, England. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement and harmoni- 
zation] 

Gaily the troubadour. See Playtime 
pieces. 

Garden (The) of Pan. See Bantock 
(Granville) Three songs from the 
Greek anthology. 

Garden (The) oe roses in June; from 
Next please, words by Fred Ramsdale, 
music by H. Lvtton Norman [of Eng- 
land] 1960 
©Dec. 20, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; 
E 556341 : Midland music pub. co., 
Derbyshire, England. 

Garden (The) of sleep; two-part song, 
words by Clement Scott, music by 
Isidore de Lara rof U. S.i, arr. by 
Elwyn Middlcton [of U. S.] ; treble 
voices. (Gamble's school edition) 
4to. 1961 

_ © Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
560314; Gamble hinged music co., Chi- 
cago. 

'Garvey's brigade; ' march, words and 
music bv J. W. Robinson [of U. S.i, 
arr. by S. M. Wise. 1962. 

_© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558036 ; John Wesley Robinson, Kan- 
sas City, Kan. 

G avotta. See Danza. 

Gavotte ; by Paul Ambrose rof U. S.] ; 
piano, in D. (Synthetic method for 
the piano-forte, by Albert Ross Par- 
sons, no. 34) New and rev. ed. 1963 
© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560201 ; Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York, r Copyright is claimed on the 
new and revised edition] 

Gavotte and musette. See Bach 
(Tohann Sebastian) Suite no. 6. 



Gavotte ET musette. See Suite dans le 
style ancien. 

Gavottina ; by Herbert Ralph Ward lof 
U. S.i ; piano. (Recital pieces, grade 
1 and 2) 1964 

© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
560344 ; Edward Schuberth & co., New 
York. 

GEE how I EEEL LONELY ; words and mu- 
sic by H. De Leonard tof U. S.] 1965 
^ © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
560033 ; Harrv De Leonard, Union 
Hill, N. J. 

Gelt ; words and melody bv A. King [of 
U. S.i 1966 

'©I.e. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560278; 
Adolph King, New York. 

Genesis. See Before sunrise. 

Gextle zephyr; song, by P. A. Yon 
Hagen, ed. and augmented by Harold 
Yincent Milligan rof U. S.] (In Pio- 
neer American composers, v. 2) 1. Sop. 
or ten. — 2. Mezzo-sop. or bar. 1967 
© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 26; 
E 555453; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

GethsEm axe. See Allah. 

Giannina; polka, by S. Patane [of Italy. 

domiciled at New York ; mand. or 

violini 1968 

© 1 c. Jan. 24. 1923; E 555387; 

Sebastiano Patane, New York. 

Giddv goblins; by W. H. Potstock iof 
U. S.i op. 20; pf. (Sheet music edi- 
tion, P 1163) 1969 
© Nov. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Tan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555588; Carl Fischer, New York. 

GiET (The) See Child poems. 

Gipsy rondo. See Haydn (Franz Josef) 

Girl (A) like you; words and music 

by W. J. Fritz iof U. S.] ; piano with 

words. 1970 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 553968; 

Walter John Fritz, Columbus, O. 

Girl o' mine; a western song fox-trot, 
by Ernest LongstafTe iof Great Brit- 
aim ; orch. with piano-conductor and 
words. 4to. (Boosev's orchestral 
journal, no. 1034) 1971 

© Nov. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 
E 551945; Boosey & co., Londom. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement! 



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pt. ni,n. s., v. 18 



Girl scouts are true ; words and music 

by M. M. Brooks [of U. S.i 4to. 1972 

© Dec. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3. 1923; 

E 5 5 5 7 3 4; Marjorie MacFadon 

Brooks, Middletown, O. 

Girlie (The) with a cureiE ; words by 
L. Jedlicka, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
rof U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. Beach ( of 
U. S.i 1973 

© 1 c Feb. 15, 1923; E 558063; 
Louis Jedlicka, Long" Island City, N. Y. 

Girls and boys. See Schubert (Franz 
Peter) 

Gita (Una) a Palermo; mazurk, di 
J. Lo Cascio fof U. S.i ; 1st violin. 

1974 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1923; E 555447; 
Joseph Lo Cascio, Bayonne, N. J. 

GivEnchy; march, by P. Karius [of 
Denmarki ; reed and brass band. 4to. 

1975 
^ © Jan. 16, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 
556067 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Glazounow ( — ) Waltz ; by Glazounow, 
op. 42, no. 3, played by Nadia Reisen- 
berg iof U. S.i; in D major. (Am- 
pico, no. 60971-G) [Music roll] 1976 
© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560124: American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Gliding ; valse, by Camille de Rhynal [of 
Great Britain ; orch., with piano con- 
ductor. 4to. 1977 
© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
E 551638; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Glorious dawn ; Easter service for the 
Sunday school, words by Laurene 
Highfield, music by Thomas, Lowden 
and Rosche tof U. S.i 8vo. 1978 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Tan. 
22; A 695792; Geo. F. Rosche, Chi- 
cago. 

Glorious (The) dawn ; words by Arthur 

Charlton, music by Arthur F. Tate rof 

Great Britain; in D. 1979 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 23; E 

551995; Cary & co., London. 

Glory be to God ; Easter anthem, text 
from the Scriptures, music by William 
Baines tof U. S.i ; mixed voices. 4to. 

1980 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 



555857; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Glory-light (The) of Easter; a serv- 
ice for Sunday schools, words by 
George O. Webster, music by J. H. 
Fillmore iof U. S.i Cincinnati, O.. 
Fillmore music house. 8vo. 1981 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 
553756 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Glory oe Egypt; waltz, by K. L. King 

[of U. S.1 ; band. 4to. 1982 

© Feb. 7, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

555968; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Gnats ; by Richard Richards tof Eng- 
land] ; piano. (5 easy teaching pieces 
for piano, no. 2) 1983 

© Jan. 21, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556197; West's, ltd., London. 

Go gather the golden grain; words 
and music by E. M. Bartlett iof U. S.i 

1984 

© Jan. 1. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558032; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Hart- 
ford, Ark. 

Goddess of love ; melody by M. M. 
Meyer iof U. S.i 1985 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923: E 560273; 
Matthew M. Meyer, New York. 

God's country ; song of America, words 
and music by L. R. Bayard tof U. S.] 
Los Angeles, Calif., Pageant publish- 
ers. Octavo ed. 1986 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560265; Lyman R. Bavard, Chula 
Vista, Calif. 

God's Ford; words and music by C. C. 
Mourer iof U. S.i 8vo. 1987 

© Tan. 20. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 16; E 
560059; Charles Calvin Mourer, Cin- 
cinnati. 

God's own smile; words by Robert 

Browning, music by Roland Farlev rof 

U. S.i ; high voice" 1988 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 

555745; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Gold (The) digger; words and melody 
by James F. Hanley rof U. S.i, arr. 
by Eugene Platzmann tof U. S.i 1989 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 555990; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New- 
York. 

Golden (A) memory; waltz song, words 
and music by F. W. Pearson [of U. S.i 

1990 



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2006 



© Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555850; Fred W. Pearson, Los An- 
geles. 

Golden song. See Schubert (Franz 
Peter) 

Golden sunbeams ; Children's day serv- 
ice for the Sunday school, words by 
Laura E. Newell, music by Gabriel. 
Thiel, Thomas and Rosche tof U. S.i 
8vo. 1991 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
22 ; A 695791 ; Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

Golden sunlight and azure sky 
(Blauer himmel und sonnenschein) ; 
English version by Clara B. Rains, 
words and music by Louis Koem- 
menich [of U. S.] ; medium, in F. 
(Sheet music edition, V. 774) 1992 
© Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555551 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Goedmarie; worte von Gerhard Welling, 
musik von P. Engelskirchen tof U. S.i ; 
maennerchor. New York, Luckhardt 
& Belder. 4to. 1993 

© Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560299; Paul Engelskirchen, New 
York. 

Gole beues ; words and melodv by L. \Y. 
Lockwood tof U. S.i 1994 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560143; Lee 
William Lockwood, Minneapolis. 

Gone, but still in my heart ; fox trot 
ballad, by Lee David, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch., in 
B flat, with words. 4to. 1995 

© Jan 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555377; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Good bye EorEvEr; by G. Giosi [of Italy, 

domiciled at New York], arr. by Ellis 

H. Heisley t of U. S.] ; piano. 1996 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555812; 

Guido Giosi, New York. 

Good bye little rosebud; from The 
wildflower, words by Otto Harbach 
and Oscar Hammerstein, 2d, music 
by Herbert Stothart and Vincent You- 
mans [0 f U. S.] 1997 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 
558019; Harms, inc., New York. 

Good (A) heart all the way; the 
merry heart, words by Anne Page, 
music by Robert Coningsby Clarke tof 
Great Britain] 1998 



© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 20; E 
556030; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Good looking mama, sweet scented 

mama; lyric and music bv L. E. Abel 

[of U. S.] 1999 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923 : E 555981; 

L. Earl Abel, San Antonio. 

Gounod (Charles Francois) Serenade ; 
berceuse, by Gounod, arr. by Gaston 
Borch tof U. S.] ; 2 violins and pf., 
'cello ad lib. 2000 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555741 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 

Si le bonheur (When to thy vision) ; 

romance from Faust, English version 
by Harrison Millard [of U. S.], music 
by Charles Gounod, ed. by N. Clifford 
Page tof U. S.] ; high voice, in A. 
(Operatic songs and duets, Carl Fischer 
edition, series 5 : Superior edition, no. 
5562) i French, English and Italian 
text] 2001 

© Dec. 15, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923: 
E 555533 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on English ver- 
sion and arrangement] 

Graceful dance; by Jane Munn Spear 

[of U. S.] ; piano. " 2002 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 

555474; Hatch music co., New York. 

Grae Luckner-marsch ; musik u. text 
nach Ausspriichen Graf Luckners, von 
Gustav Schacht tof Germanv] ; piano 
mit text. 2003 

© Sept. 8, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1923; 
E 551663; C. F. Kahnt, Leipzig. 

Grasshopper dance; by Wm. H. Pot- 
stock iof U. S.] op. 16, no. 12; piano. 
(Sheet music edition, P. 1179: Musi- 
cal zephrys) 2004 
© Oct. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555538; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Great are Thy tender mercies-; words 
from Psalm 119, music by J. B. Her- 
bert tof U. S.] 2005 
© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558021 ; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 111. 

Great peace have they ; sacred song, 
words from Psalm 119, 165, 167, music 
b y> Stanley T. Reiff tof U. S.i ; high 
voice, in E flat. (Sheet music edition, 
V. 428) 2006 

© Dec. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555546; Carl Fischer, New York. 



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2007 



pt. TIT, 11. S., V. 18 



Greet the unknown with a cheer ; 
words by Wm. Walker, music by T. 
Jones [of England] (In Gospel songs, 
series nos. 3 & 4) 2007 

© Sept. 4, 1922; 1 c. Sept. 11; E 
556121 ; Tom Jones, Filey, England. 

Grictry ( — ) Andantino ; from the opera 
comique, Le Huron, by Gretry, freely 
transcribed and arr. by Alfred Pochon 
tof Switzerland, domiciled at New 
York]; violin and piano. (Sheet mu- 
sic edition, B 1783) 2008 
©Nov. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555595; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Grieg (Edvard HagERUp) Chanson 
triste ; melodie de E. Grieg, arr. par F. 
Salabert tof Francei ; orch. avec piano 
conducleur. 4to. (Collection des chefs 
d'eeuvre pour les petits orchestres, no. 
139) 2009 

©Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9. 1923; 
E 556237 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

■ Dance caprice ; by Grieg, op. 28. no. 

3, played by George McManus lof 
U. S.i (Ampico, no. 6098 1-G) [Mu- 
sic roll] 2010 

© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560111; American piano co., New 
York. r Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

• The last spring (Letzter fruhling) ; 

by Grieg, op. 34, no. 2, ed. by McNair 
Ilgenfritz rof U. S.i, plaved bv Mary 
Angell. (Recordo, no. 67230)" [Mu- 
sic roll] 2011 
© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
555701 ; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

Peer Gynt suite, no. 2 ; by Grieg, 

op. 55, arr. by M. L. Lake [of U. S.i ; 
military band. (United States mili- 
tary band journal, no. 279) Contents : 
1. Abduction of the bride. — 2. Arabian 
dance. — 3. Peer Gynt's home coming. — 

4. Solvejg's song. 2012 
© Nov. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 

E 555590 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Guard ate ME, guardatEmE ! versi d i 
Francesco Ventapane. musica di Al- 
berto Benincasa rof Italy ; mand. acc.i 
Naples, Edizioni La sorgente. 4 to. 

2013 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2. 1923; 

E 556111 ; Italian book co.. New York 



Guid (A) New Year to ane an' a'; 
Scottish song, written and composed 
by Power & Bendon tof Great Brit- 
aim, arr. by Leon T. Acland tof Great 
Britain] ; in B flat. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notationsi 2014 

© Jan. 26, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 



550086; B. Feldman & 



London. 



Guion (David W.) Minuet; by D. W. 

Guion rof U. S.i; piano. 2015 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

555823; G. Schirmcr, inc., New York. 

GULE coast BLUES ; words and melody by 

Clarence Williams rof U. S.i. arr. by 

H. Qualli Clark rof U. S.i 2016 

© 1 c. Feb. 19. 1923; E 560161; 

Irene G. Williams, New York. 



GUTEN AC H TEIEDC II E N . 

jugendlust. 



See Im banne dcr 



I Tab' mich i.ieb; valse bos'. on, text von 
E. Neumann, musik von Edward J. 
May son lof Germany i 2017 

© June 12. 1922; 1 c. Sept. 5; E 
551632; Philharmonischer verlag, Ber- 
lin. 

LI ad I the heavens' embroidered 
cloths. See Song fancies. 

Handel (Georg FrtEdricii) Hornpipe; 
from Handel's Water music, freely arr. 
by P. A. Grainger rof U. S.i ; pf. 
(Free settings of favorite melodies, 
no. 2) 2018 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
553958; Percy A. Grainger, White 
Plains, N. Y. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Seven pieces rand] Six fugues ; by* 

Handel, ed. and fingered by Thomas F. 
Dunhill rof Great Britain] ; piano. 
( Augener' s ed., no. 5096) (Cover- 
title: 7 pieces & 6 fugues) 2019 
© Dec. 21, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; 
E 556001; Augener, ltd.. London. 
rCopyright is claimed pn editing and 
fingering] 

2"""" sonate; par G. F. Handel, rev. 

par L. Fournier rof France] ; piano et 
violoncelle, en re min. ; piano et violon- 
celle. Edition classique A. Durand et 
fils. 2020 

© Dec. 13. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551572; Durand et cie., Paris. 
i Copyright is claimed on revision] 

3 lessons ; by Handel, ed. and fin- 
gered by Thomas F. Dunhill lof Great 
Britaini ; piano. ( Augener' s ed., no. 



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5095) Contents: 1. Prelude and air 
with variations in B flat. — 2. Minuet in 
G minor. — 3. Two chaconnes with vari- 
ations. 2021 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; 
E 556012 ; Augener, ltd., London. 
rCopyright is claimed on editing and 
fingering i 

Hah. to the B. P. O. E. ; words and 

music by W. G. Bautz rot U. S.i, arr. 

by Roy'N. Peterson lof U. S.i 2022 

© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1923; E 555905; W. 

George Bautz, Milwaukee. 

Handholding blues; fox trot, words 
and music by A. M. Reynolds [of U. S.i, 
arr. by Louis La Rondelle lof Eng- 
land, domiciled at Los Angeles, Calif.] 

2023 
© 1 c. Feb. 12. 1923; E 558006; 
Alene Margarette Revnolds, Venice, 
Calif. 

Haxc it ox the ceiling; words and mel- 
ody by \V. A. Moloney rof U. S.i 

2024 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555783; Wal- 
ter A. Moloney, Altoona, Pa. 

Happy' (A) New Year and the same 
to you ; words and music by Bond 
Rowell rof Great Britaim ; in F. 
i Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 2025 
© Jan. 18, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 19: E 
556029 ; Lawrence Wright music co.. 
London. 

H.-remstraumE (La reveuse du harem) ; 
von Erik Meyer-Helmund tof Ger- 
man)] ; piano. 2026 
©May 1, 1922; 2 c. May 11; E 
551832; A. Cranz, Brussels, Belgium. 

H .'Rimst's (The) Evening song. See 
■ Echoes from afar. 

Havdoeoh ; chorus, text Biblical, music, 
by Z. Zilberts rof Russia, domiciled at 
Ww Yorki ; mixed voices. 



2027 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 16; E 
560052 ; Zavel Zilberts, New York. 

Have you been robbed yet? words by 
B. Gorman, melodv by E. Gorman rof 
U. S.i, arr. by Harrv Alford rof U. S.] 

2028 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E S53S72; 
Billy and Eddie Gorman, Chicago. 

Have you seen but a white lily grow; 
poem from Ben Jonson's The devil is 



an ass, music an anon, lute song trans. 
by Sydney Grew rof Great Britain] 
Curwen ed. 4to. 2029 

© Jan. 11, 1923: 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556134; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Haydn (Franz Josef) Farewell sym- 
phony ; finale by ' Haydn, re-arr. by 
Chas. J. Roberts rof U. S.i; full orch. 
with piano conductor. 2030 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555561: Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Gipsy rondo (Ungarisches rondo); 

by J. Haydn, transcribed by Louis 
Kohler, ed. by F. Henri Klickmann 
rof U. S.i ; piano. (Modern gems, no. 
70) ■ 2031 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 26; E 
554582 ; McKinley music co., Chicago. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing] 

Hazel Eyes ; words by Robert Nelson, 
music by Lauri Bowen rof Great Brit- 
ain] ; in E flat. 2032 
© Jan. 11, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
551985; Reeder & Walsh, London. 

HE^EX orEN THE Gate; words and music 
by E. M. Bartlett rof U. S.i 2033 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558029 ; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Hart- 
ford, Ark. 

He rose erom death ; words by Emmett 
S. Walden, music bv Crhristopheri C. 
Stafford tof U. S.i " 2034 

© Jan. 1, 1-923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558027 ; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Hart- 
ford, Ark. 

He's a cuckoo; words and melodv by 
B. Witkowitz rof U. S.] * 2035 
© 1 a. Feb, 7, 1923; E 555836; 
Benjamin Witkowitz, Brooklyn. 

He's a wild max; words and music by 

Jean Schwartz, Cliff Friend and Louis 

Gress tof U. S.i - 2036 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923; E 553936; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

He's mine; words and music bv F. W. 

Proctor tof U. S.] 2037 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1923; E 560310: 

Frederic William Proctor, New York. 

He took me in ; words and music by 

Albert Allen Ketchum tof U. S.], arr. 

by P. P. Bilhorn tof U. S.i 2038 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

5?:m7\ Peter P. Bilhorn, Chicago. 



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2039 



pt. in.n. s.. v. 18 



Hear my cry, O God; anthem, text 
from Psalm 61, music by R. M. Stults 
iof U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 2039 
© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
553999; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Heart o' mine; words and music bv 
M. F. Cooke tof U. S.i 2040 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; E 553979; 
Mildred Frye Cooke, Boston. 

words by F. Pecci, music by Geo. 

Graff, jr. iof U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. 
Beach rot U. S.i 2041 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558079; 
Fred Pecci, Boston. 

Heart (A) of gold; poem by Robert 
W. Service, music by C. Wright rof 
U. S.i ; medium voice. 2042 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553787; Cecil Wright, Glens Falls, 
N. Y. 

Heart's Enchantment; song without 
words, by L. Renk iof U. S.i ; piano. 

2043 
© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
560015; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Heavenly (The) vorcE; poem by Eliza- 
beth Reynolds, music by Granville 
English iof U. S.] ; high voice, in A 
flat. (Sheet music edition, V 786) 

2044 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555567 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

HeckEr (Berta Josephine) Prelude; 
by B. J. Hecker rof Great Britain, 
domiciled at Elgin, 111.] ; piano. 2045 
© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
558043 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

PIegesa-tango; von Jaap Kool [of Neth- 
erland] ; klavier. 2046 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551667; Adolph Furstner, Berlin. 

Helet die Yiden in Rusland; words by 
L. Gilrod, melodv by Herman Wohl 
tof U. S.] 

2047 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553818; 
Louis Gilrod, Brooklyn. 

Hello Mars ; words and music by Jay 
R. Harrington [of U. S.] 2048 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553894; Capitol music co., Seattle. 



Herbsthauch ; gedicht von Riickert, 
musik von Hans Pfitzner rof Ger- 
many] op. 29, no. 2. 2049 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551660; Adolph Furstner, Berlin. 

HERE am I — send me; class song, words 

by Bertha Kirk, music by E. Gandv 

tof U. S.] • 2050 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1923; 

E 560264; Elmer Gandy, Los Angeles. 

PIeroes' march ; by John J. Thomas tof 

England] ; piano. 2051 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555669 ; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

Heroes oe the air; march, by C. Fred'k 
Clark rof U. S.] 1. Orch. with piano. 
4to.— 2. Pf. 2052, 2053 

© Nov. 29, Dec. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. each 
Feb. 5, 1923; E 555772, 555780; Wal- 
ter Jacobs, inc., Boston. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 

HEURE (UnE) d'exercices; par Eugene 
Reuchsel [of France] ; piano. 2054 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551573; C. Dupuis, Paris. 

Hei t rES (Les) ; poeme de Paul Arosa, 
musique de Georges Hue [of Francei 

2055 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551617; Heugel, Paris. 

Hey-diddlE-diddlE. Sec Tiny tots tales. 

Hickory dickory dock. See Tiny tots 
tales. 

Hills oe the homeland; words by 
Alwyne Meade, music by Marjory 
Meade tof Great Britain] 1. In D.— 
2. In F. 2056 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. each Jan. 26; 
E 556036; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Hindu lament; by D. Knapp [of U. S.i ; 
piano. 2057 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 558001; 
Dorothy Knapp, Los Angeles. 

Hindu love moon; Oriental fox trot, 
words and music by Vern Elliott and 
Ethel Sanborn t of U. S.i 2058 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 20; E 
553569; Sanborn-Bush pub. co., Los 
Angeles. 

His is a eine phiz, his is ! words and 
music by Terry Sullivan and John P. 
Long [of England] ; in G. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] 2059 



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no. 3, 1923 



2076 



© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923: 
E 551738; Francis, Day & Hunter. 
London. 

His yoke ; words and music by C. Har- 
old Lowden [of U. Sj 2060 
© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1923; 
E 560178; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Hoch Heidecksburg ! marsch, von Ru- 
dolf Herzer [of German)-] op. 10; 
klavier. 2061 

© Dec. 14, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 5, 1922: 
E 551636; Philharmonischer verlag, 
Berlin. 

HOR DU VALSEXS EJUYA MELODI J sang- 

vals, text av Gerd Nasenius, musik 
av H. Smidt-Gregor tof Germanyi : 
piano, with text. 2062 

© Nov. 23, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 2. 1923: 
E 556152; Carl Gehrmans musikfor- 
lag, Stockholm, Sweden. 

Holdixg haxds ; comedy song fox-trot. 
words and music by YYynn Stanley, 
Andrew Allen and Jos. Geo. Gilbert 
iof Great Britain] ; in E flat. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] 2063 

^©^Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 2; E 
556176; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 

Hole (The) in the wale (Le trous 
dans le mur) ; intermezzo fox trot, by 
Craven [of France] ; orch. avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. 2064 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 10; E 
556337; Societe anonyme des editions 
Ricordi, Paris. 

piano. Editions Ricordi. 

2065 
© Jan. 31, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 1 ; E 
556179; Societe anonyme des editions 
Ricordi, Paris. 

Home again with mammy down in 

New Orleans; words and music by 

R. P. Yaw iof U. S.i 2066 

© 1 c. Jan. 11. 1923; E 555425: 

Ralph Percy Yaw. Hartford. 

Home (A) bright and fair: words by 
H. C. Fitch, music by Everett J. Evans 
iof U. S.i Invincible ed. New York, 
Invincible music co., inc. 2067 

© Feb. 9. 1923: 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553939; Henry C. Fitch, Demos, O. 

Home my covin' Dixie home: words by 
John Anderson, music bv Joe Hearst 
iof Canadai 2063 



* © Jan. 22. 1925; 2 c. Feb. 6: E 
556200; Hearst music publishers, ltd., 
Winnipeg, Canada. 

Home Saeyatton army lassie; selec- 
tion from Carry on, words and music 
by D. S. Drake [of U. S.i 2069 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555787; 
Dorothv Sussdorf Drake. Oakland. 
N.J. 

Hoxev ; dat's all. by Egbert Van Al- 
styne, arr. by H. M. Higgs rof Great 
Britaini ; salon orch. 4to. (Chappcll & 
co.'s salon orchestral journal, no. 20 2) 

2070 

© Jan. 16. 1923; 1 c. Jan. 27; E 

. 556062 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

i Copyright is claimed on arrangement! 

Honey do: words by Z. Plymale, melody 
by Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] 2071 



© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923: E SS3777 ; 
Zelma Plymale, Muncie, Ind. 

HONEV, LET US TAKE A LITTLE WALK; 
words and music by Iza Arneratta 
Canfield [of U. S.], arr. b3 r Charles D. 
Ostergren rof U. S.i 2072 

© 1 c. Feb. 19. 1923; E 560151; Iza 
A. Canfield, Minneapolis. 

Hope on stile ; words by V. Weiser, 
music by M. Franke tof U. S-] 2073 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; E 555633 ; Vir- 
ginia YYeiser and Mabel Franke, St. 
Louis. 

Hoptowx Cthxatowx hop; words by 
lames Dealv and Doc Hunsbedt, music 
by Billy Basketle iof U. S.] 2074 

_© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555512; Waterson. Berlin & Snyder 
co.. New York. 

Hornpipe. See Handel (Georg Fried- 
rich ) 

Hot and bothered ; fox trot, by Cecil 
Macklin rof Great Britaini ; orch. with 
piano conductor. 4to. 2075 

© Jan. 26, 1923: 1 c. Jan. 30; E 
556074 ; Cary & co., London. rCopy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Hour (The) ; poem by Jessie B. Ritten- 
house, music by Sol Alberti tof U. S.i : 
medium voice, in E. (Sheet music 
edition, Y 788). 2076 

© Dec. 30. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1925: 
E 555565: Carl Fischer. New York. 



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2077 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Hours of memory; waltz, words and 
music by D. and Estelle Swartout lof 
U. S.i " 2077 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553868 ; Don L. Swartout, Cedar Rap- 
ids, la. 

HOW BEAUTIFUL UPON THE MOUNTAINS; 

anthem, words from Isaiah, music by 
Harry L. Yibbard lof U. S.] ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. (Church mu- 
sic review, no. 676) 2078 
© Feb. 7, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; F 
553923 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

How can I help loving you? words by 
Percv Edgar, music by Mark Strong 
rof England) 2079 

© Nov. 23. 1922 ; 1 c. Tan. 13, 1923 ; 
E 551740; Francis, Day & Hunter. 
London. 

How (Ax I leave you ; with variations, 

bv W. C. Moebius rof U. S.i ; flute and 

p'f. 2080 

© 1 c.Feb. 5. 1923; E 555801; Wm. 

C. Moebius, Chicago. 

How dear to me ; words by Thomas 

Moore, music bv L. Savnische lof 

U. S.i 2081 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560169; 

Louis Savnische. San Antonio. 

How many; words by Samuel H. Chase, 

melodv by Samuel H. Cohen [of U. S.i, 

arr. by Edgar Wilson rof U. S.i 2082 

© 1 c. Feb. 7. 1923; E 555831; 

Cohen & Chase, "Worcester. 

How proud Li.t. bK ; words by Benny 
Davis, music by Harrv Akst [of U. S.i 

2083 
_© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553961 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Hula-hula Rose; words and music by 
Reed and A wan lof U. S.i, arr. by 
Jas. H. Harrington [of U. S.i 2084 

__ © Feb. 4. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553805 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

HumoreskE; by Anton Dvorak, op. 101, 
no. 7, arr. by C. S. De Lano tof U. S.i ; 
2 steel guit. and piano. 2085 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555994; C. S. De Lano, Los Angeles. 
(Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

LTumoresouE: bv Norman Tellier lof 
England] op. 24; pf. 2086 

© Jan. 9. 1923: 2 c. Jan. 29: E 
555664; B. F. Wood music co., Bos- 
ton. 



-par Rpgelis Huguet lof Spain] ; 

violon avec ace. de piano. (Concert 
moderne, no. 10) 2087 

^©_Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; 
E 556233 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Hl-ngarian dances nos. 7 & 8. See 
Brahms (Johannes ) 

Hungarian rondo; by W. H. Potstock 

rof U. S.i op. 26: pf. (Sheet music 

edition, P 1165) 208S 

©Nov. 20. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29. 1923; 

E 555587 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Hunt (The) : by Herbert E. Hum- 
phreys rof England] op 11; small orch. 
and "piano. 4to. 2089 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
556338: Midland music pub. co., Derby- 
shire, England. 

Hunting scene. See Echoes from afar. 

Hustling (The) blues; words by 
O. W. Jenkins and T. L. Walker, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington rof U. S.i 

2090 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923: E 555914; 
Oscar W. lenkins and Thos. L. 
Walker. Nashville. 

Hymn of man. See Before sunrise. 

Hymn TO Colorado; poem by Lilian 
White Spencer, music by A. J. Ruth- 
erford rof U. S.i 4to. 2091 
© Tan. 10, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555791; Althea Jewell Rutherford, 
Denver, Col. 

Hymn to sprtxg; words by Thomas 
Fuller, music by Richard Kountz rof 
U. S.i ; men's voices. 4to. 2092 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555861; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

1 ain't got no blues; words by J. 

Brewer, music bv E. S. S. Huntington 

rof U. S.i - 2093 

© 1 c. Feb. 23. 1923; E 560223; 

J. Brewer, Snyder, Tex. 

I ain't never had nobody crazy over 
me; words and melody by Jimmy Du- 
rante, Johnny Stein and Jack Roth tof 
U. S.i, arr. by George Holman rof 
U. S.i 2094 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923; E 560268; 
Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 

I believed you ; fox trot ballad, by 

Vaughn De Leath [pseud, of Leonore 

Von der Liethi and William L. Llaens- 

• ler, jr., arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus rof 



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2111 



U. S.i ; vocal orch., in C, with words. 
4to. 2095 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555375 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

I cry MYSELF TO SLEEP OVER you ; words 
and melody by Leo Wood, Irving Bibo 
and Howard Johnson [of U. S.i, arr. 
by L. Wood. 2096 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 555433; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

I'd like To go back; words by W. Law- 
rence, music by Geo. Graff, jr. rof 
U. S.], arr. by Theo. G. Beach tof 
U. S.i 2097 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553619; 
William Lawrence, Cleveland. 

I (The) decided to be important. See 
Playtime pieces. 

I DO LIKE TO BE IX GOOD COMPANY | words 

and music by R. P. Weston and Bert 
Lee tof England] ; in B flat. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] 2098 

©Nov. 23. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; 
E 551752; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

I don't want a regular girl; words 
and music by George Arthurs and 
John P. Long [of England] ; in F. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notationsi 2099 
© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; 
E 551737; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

I DREAM OE A CASTLE IN SPAIN ; tailgO 

fox trot, words by J. Keirn Brennan. 
music by Lee David, rof U. S.i 2100 
© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560258; M. Witmark & sons, New- 
York. 

I FIND 'EM, FOOL 'EM, FONDLE AND FORGET 

'EM ; lvric by Alex Gerber, music by 

Jean Schwartz [of U. S.i 2101 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 

555903 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

I GAVE YOU ALL THE LOVE I HAD; Words 

by Arthur Lambe, melody by Alfred 
Solman rof U. S.i, arr. by Claude Lap- 
ham rof U. S.i 2102 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553826; 
Goodman & Rose, inc., New York. 

I- HEAR MY MAMMY CALLING; words by 

C. F. Bell, music by Geo. Graff rof 
U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. Beach rof 
U. S.i 2103 

J 



© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558081; 
C. F. Bell, Middletown, N. Y. 

I HEAR THY VOICE "iN EVERY SONG ; by 

Louis Silvers rof U. S.i, arr. by W. C. 
Polla rof U. S.i; orch. Gold seal li- 
brary series. 2104 
© June 22, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
1 c. Feb. 24; E 560324; Richmond- 
Robbins, inc., New York. 

I KNEW BY THE SMOKE THAT SO GRACE- 
FULLY curled; words by T. Moore, 
music by J. Willson, ed. and aug- 
mented by Llarold Vincent Milligan 
tof U. S.i (In Pioneer American 
composers, v. 2) 1. Sop. or ten. — 2. 
Mezzo-sop. or bar. 2105 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 26; 
E 555457; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

I LIKE MY BEER WITH THE FROTH ON; 

written and composed by Paul Pym 
rof England] 2106 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24;. E 
556340; Midland music pub. co., Der- 
byshire, England. 

I'll be laughing at you when you say 
good bye; words by Billy Frisch and 
Verna Sadler, music by Ed. Kamnetz 
[of U. S.i 2107 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
558049; Beilin & Horowitz, inc., New 
York. 

I'll be watting at the old farm gate 

for you ; words and music bv Thomas 

Evans rof U: S.i 2108 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 

560350; Song shop co., Columbus, O. 

I'll be with you when the-roses bloom 
in spring; lyric by H. Von Tilzer and 
Geo. A. 'Kershaw, music by H. Von 
Tilzer rof U. S.i 2109 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555989 ; Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. 

I'll go where you want me to go; 

hymn, words by Marv Brown, music 

by Carrie E. Rounsefell tof U. S.i 2110 

© Feb. 8, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

560343; C. E. Rounsefell, Chicago. 

I'll say good morning where the 
morning glories grow ; words by Alex 
Gerber, music by Jean Schwartz rof 
U. S.i 2111 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553829; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

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2112 



in, n. s.. v. 18 



I'lX TELL THE WORLD YOU ARE THE GIRL 

that I adore; words and music bv 
. O. G. I. O'Heir tof U. S.i, arr. by Al- 
bert M. Kanrich tof U. S.] 2112 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1923; E 560311; 
Octavian G. I. O'Heir, Lowell. 

I loxg EOR you ; poem by O. E. Ure, 
music by Wm. O. Hightower tof U. S.i 

2113 
© Dec. 12, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 13; E 
555424; Olive E. Ure, Eos Angeles. 

I love me, I'm wild about myself; 
words and music by Will Mahonev 
tof U. S.i 2114 

© Feb. 14, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 16; E 
560058; Broadway music corp., New 
York. 

I LOVE THE DEAR OLD SUMMERTIME; 

words and melody by T. Lewis rof 
U. Sj 2115 

© 1 c. Fel). 21, 1923; E 560261; 
Thomas Lewis, Woodridge, N. J. 

I LOVE you BEST ; words by Harmon 
Brewer, music bv Mary Helen Brown 
tof U. S.] 2116 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
560007; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

I'm a demon on the old jews-harp; 
words and melody by Al Bernard rof 
L T . S.], arr. by Walter Haenscher iof 
U. S.i 2117 

©T 1 c. Feb. 14. 1923; E 560034; 
Triangle music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

I'm Broadway's dancing fool; words 

by B. C. Thompson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington tof U. S.i 2118 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560224; 

Bernard C. Thompson, Des Moines. 

I'm eeeling blue eor mammy Lou; fox 
trot ballad, bv Lew Pollack, scored 
by Geo. J. Trinkaus tof U. S.i ; vocal 
orch. in C, with words. 4to. 2119 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
560026; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

I'm gazing where all would endeor- 

Ever; words by H. Syrjala, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.i 2120 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555919; 

Helmi Syrjala, Sandwich, Mass. 

I'm getting v better Evry day; song one 
step, by Mark Strong, arr. by J. Ord 



Hume [of Great Britain] ; band. 24mo. 
(Boosey's brass band journal) 2121 
© Dec. 13, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923 ; 
E 551944; Cecil Lennox & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

I'm getting so now I don't care; waltz 
song, words by Richard Howard and 
Bartley Costello, music bv Dave Ringle 
tof U. S.i 2122 

© Sept. 23, 1922; 2 c. Oct. 26; E 
548986; Triangle music pub. co., New 
York. 

I'm going back to Dixie rtght to- 
night; words and music by S. J. Mack- 
lin [of U. S.i, arr. by .Charles L. Lewis 
tof U. S.] 2123 

,© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555851; 
Stonewall Jackson Macklin, Coving- 
ton, Ky. 

['m going back to Dixieland; words by 

E. S. S. Huntington, music by R. C. 

Wilson iof U. S.i 2124 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; E 555927 ; Ruth 

Case Wilson, Danville, Ind. 

I'm going on a trip to-morrow to a 
little SOUTHERN Town ; words by 
A. J. Dyer, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington iof U. S.i 2125 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560220; 
A. J. Dyer, Bulyea, Sask.. Canada. 

I'm just a dreamer ok dreams; words 
and music by L. C. Shimon iof U. S.i, 
arr. bv Arnold Krueger rof U. S.] 

2126 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923 ; E 555729 ; Louis 
C. Shimon, Milwaukee. 

I'm just a little blue, tor you; waltz, 
by Gillespie- Van Alstyne, cd. by Mc- 
Nair Ilgenfritz iof U. S.i, played by 
Clarence M. Jones rof U. S.i (Re- 
cordo, word roll, no. 67310) [Music 
rolli 2127 

^© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
555693 ; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on editing 
and interpretation] 

I'm just a passing fancy; fox trot, 
words by King Zany [pseud, of Jack 
Dilli, music by Roy Ingraham [of U. S.i 

2128 
© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560260; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



I'm just wild about Harry ; one-step, 
from Shuffle along, by Sissle and 



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2146 



Elakc, played by Herbert Clair [of 
U. S.] ; in D flat. (Ampico, word roll, 
no. 202581-F) [Music roll] 2129 

© June 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560117; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation! 

I'm only a pilgrim ; from Caroline, 
words by Harry B. Smith [of U. S.], 
music by Eduard Kiinneke. 2130 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
558009 ; Harms, inc., . New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on revised lyrics] 

I'm rebuilding my castle in the air; 
words and melody by James Kendis 
and James Brockman [of U. So, arr. 
by Charles F. Wernig tof U. S.] 2131 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923 ;"E 553768 ; Ken- 
dis-Brockman music co., inc.. New 
York. 

I'm so lonesome for you Mary ; words 

and melody bv W. A. Moloney tof 

. U. S.J "2132 

© 1 c. Feb. 5. 1923; E 555782; 
Walter A. Moloney, Altoona, Pa. 

I'm sweeping the snowflakEs all 
away, so mother will not know ; 
words by H. J. Wright, music by E. 
Yadeboncoeur tof Canada], arr. by 
E. vS. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 2133 

© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1923 ; E 555935 ; H. J. 
Wright and E. Yadeboncoeur, Shaun- 
avan, Canada. 

I'm thinking of my mother; words by 
W. H. Farrow, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] 2134 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560206; 
W. H. Farrow, Trenton, N. J. 

I'm. troubled in mind; by Coleridge; 
Taylor, op. 59, no. 14, played by Henry 
D. Tovey tof U. S.] (Ampico, no. 
61071-F) [Music roll] 2135 

© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560106; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

I MADE SOMETHING OUT OF NOTHING 
WHEN I MADE SOMETHING OUT OF YOU ! 

lyric and melody by E. Murray, jr. [of 
U. S.i, arr. by Will P. Held [of U. S.i 

2136 
© 1 c. Feb. 2. 1923; E 555953 ; Ed- 
gar Murray, jr., and Nadia Popkova,' 
Chicago. 



I MUST GO BACK To MOSCOW ; words by 

Charles Seidenman, music by S. Seiden- 
man tof U. S.] ; piano, with words. 

2137 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553784; Sid- 
ney Seidenman, Washington. 

I need a new daddy ; words and music 
by L. Darling [of U. S.i 2138 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923 ; E 555849 ; Lake 
Darling, Hollywood, Calif. 

I only know I love you; lyric by Ruby 

Kirby, music by L. Lescale [of U. S.i 

op. 89. 2139 

_© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 

555906; Lucius Lescale, New Orleans. 

1'vE been wanting you ; from The danc- 
ing girl, words by Harold Atteridge. 
music by A. J. , Corney and Alfred 
Goodman [of U. S.] 2140 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 
555660 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

I've found a little heaven ; or, Good 
bye dear heart ! good-bye ! words and 
melody by B. Fromm [of U. S.] 2141 
© 1 c. Jan. 23. 1923; E 555389; Ben- 
jamin Fromm, San Francisco. 

I've got a .man of my own; words and 
music by G. W. Thomas rof U. S.i 
Chicago, III, Geo. W. Thomas music 
co. 2142 

© Feb. 16, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
560149; Geo. W. Thomas, Chicago. 

I'VE GOT THE BLUES FOR MAMMY, AND 

MAMMY'S GOT THE BLUES FOR ME; 

words and melody by Hy Heath ri. e. 
H. W. Heath i and Wm. Dougherty tof 
U. S.i, arr. by H. W. Heath. 2143 

© 1 c. Feb. 12. 1923; E 555965; 
Henry Walter Heath, Oakville, Tenn. 

I've got the greens; words by George 
Bowles, music by Lucien Denni [of 
U. S.] 2144 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923; E 553928; 
J. W. Jenkins' sons music co., Kansas 
City, Mo. 

I've had the razz-oo, no jazz LEFT IN 

ME; words and music by William J. 

McGrath [of U. S.i 2145 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560168; 

National music co., Cleveland. 

FvE lost you, so why should I care; 
words and music bv L. Stroud [of 
U. S.i, arr. by Harry P. Guy [of U. S.i 

2146 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555518; 
Lynn Stroud, Detroit. 



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I want just you; words by E. S. S. 

Huntington, music by S. Lystedt [of 

U. Sj 2147 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560234; 

Sigurd Lystedt, Everett, Wash. 

I WANT SOME LOVING FROM THAT SWEET 

daddy OF mine; words and music by 
V. Lorraine [of U. S.i 2148 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558053; 
Vivian Lorraine, Chicago. 

I want somebody ; words by Val Valen- 
tine, music by C. C. Thode [of U. S.i, 
arr. by V. Valentine. 2149 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560167; 
Qhas. E. Thode, Fresno, Calif. 

I want to grow with growing Omaha ; 
words by Albert Adair, music by J. K. 
Johnson tof U. Sj [Omaha, Neb.], 
Rialto theatre. 2150 

© Jan. 21, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555843; Julius K. Johnson, Omaha, 
Neb. 

I WANT TO LIVE IN OLD VANCOUVER; 

words and melodv by J. A. Mills rof 

U. S.i .2151 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555638; 
John Arthur Mills, Hope, Canada. 

I WANT YOU ALL TO MYSELF; words by 

Ethel T. Gardner, music by T. Miller 

and Mary Taylor -of U. S.i 2152 

© Feb. 1. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

553920; Jennie Miller, Brooklyn. 

I wanted to be in style; words by 
L. Farrcll, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 

rof U. S.i, arr. by Fred S. Rounds rof 
U. S.i 2153 

© 1 c. Feb. 3. 1923: E 553848; 
Lillian Farrcll, Los Angeles. 

I wish I could relieve you; duet, from 

Peaches, words by Robert B. Smith, 

music by Max Steiner tof U. S.i 2154 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 

558016; Harms, inc., New York. 

I wish I could SEE you smile; words 
by Aurice Vincent, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. rof U. S.i, arr. by Theo. 
G. Beach rof U. S.i " 2155 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553839; 
Jessie A. Vincent, Highland Park, 
Mich. 

T wondEK why ; words and music by C. 
Manion rof U. S.i 2156 

© 1 c. Feb. 12. 1923: E 555982; 
Clarence Manion, Evansville, Ind. 



I. X. L. march ; by G. B. Snyder rot 
U. S.i; pf. 2157 

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 2; E 
555956: Geo. B. Snyder, Chambers- 
burg, Pa. 

I'Z IX A FLURRY, OH DO HURRY; One-tWO- 

step for piano, with song duet, words 
and music by R. B. Eisenberg rof 
U. S.i 2158 

^ © Jan. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 6 ; E 
553895 : Midwest music house, Hast- 
ings, Neb. 

ICH SUCH 'XE GKSCHIEDEXE FRAU ; fox- 

trot-lied, worte von Herbert Drickrey, 
musik von Albert Loeser rof Germanvi 

2159 
_ © July 22, 1922; 1 c. Sept. 5; E 
551628; Philharmonischer verlag, Ber- 
lin. 

Idle Fancy; serenade, by Harold Ben- 
nett rof U. S.i ; band. Cincinnati, O.. 
Fillmore music house. 4to. 2160 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; E Jan. 29; 
555507; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

IF ANYONE CAN STEAL YOU, THEN YOU RE 
NOT the cnjc FOR ME; words by Ed- 
ward Laska. music by Constance Tal- 
madge rof U. S.i 2161 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560351 ; Stark & Cowan, inc., New 
York. 

If dreams come true; musical comedy, 
lvrics and music by Paul W. Wolf, 
M. H. Geary, M. "K. Voedisch and 
others rof U. S.i, bar. and arr. bv P. 
Egner rof U. S.i 2162 

© Feb. 10. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; D 
26415: Philip Egner, % Carl Fischer, 
New York. 

If I dare believe the look in your 

Eyes : words and melody bv J. Graham 

rof U. Sj 2163 

© 1 c. Feb. 3. 1923; E 553766; John 

Graham, New Haven, Conn. 

If I had you; words by B. Petrikin, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. tof U. S.i, 
arr. bv Fred S. Rounds rof U. S.i 

2164 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923: E 553847; 
Blanche Petrikin, Iberia, Mo. 

If I told you ; from The wildflower, 
words by Otto Harbach and Oscar 
Hammerstein, 2d, music by Vincent 
Yonman s and Herbert Stothart rof 
U. S.i 2165 



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1923 



2182 



© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 
558013; Harms, inc., New York. 

Ii? I WERE A sunbeam ; words by Lucy 
Larcom, music by W. S. Schwartz [of 
U. S.] 2166 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1923; E 558041; 
William Spencer Schwartz, Atlantic 
City. 

Ie the sunshine came at one time: 
words and music by J. L. Thomas rof 
U. S.i 2167 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923; E 553929; 
Toseph Leander Thomas, South Bend. 
Ind. 

Te this world was ale sunshine; 
words by Harold Irving- Peacock, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. iof U. S.i. 
arr. by Theo. G. Beach [of U. S.i 

2168 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923: E 553613; 
Harold I. Peacock, Milwaukee. 

Ie winter comes, summer wile come 
again; waltz, by H. M. Tennent, arr. 
by Hilding Anderson rof U. S.i : orch. 
with piano. New York, Chappell- 
Harms, inc. 4to. 2169 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555426; Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Ie you are the one Fve so long been 
chasing, then you wile be a pleas- 
URE To me; words and music by Z. 
Seyhold [of U. S.] 2170 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555933; Zeb. 
Seybold, Ada, Okla. 

It- YOU COULD ONLY LEARN TO CARE: lyric 

by Alex. Sullivan, music by Martin 
Broones [of U. S.j 2171 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553946 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., New' 
York. 

Ie you go. you'll come back by and by; 
fox trot, words and music by Henry 
Creamer and Lew Pollack tof U. S.] 

2172 
© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560353; M. AYitmark & sons, New 
York. 

Ie you have the SUNSHINE IN YOUR 
mf.art; words and music by T. Jones 
iof England] (In Gospel songs, series 
nos. 3 & 4) 2173 

© Sept. 4, 1922; 1 c. Sept. 11; E 
556120 ; Tom Jones, File}*, England. 



If you're sorry ; words and music by 

Charles F. Pietsch [of U. S.j 2174 

© Feb. 1, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 6: E 

553812; Thurston-IToffman co.. White 

Plains, N. Y. 

Ie you will be the same old cjrl; 
words and music by Joe Goodwin rof 
U. S.] 2175 

© Jan. 27, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555765; Toe Goodwin music corp., 
San Francisco. 

IliFE; words and music bv T. P. Aagaard 
iof U. S.] 2176 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560233; 
J. P. Aagaard, Covington, Va. 

Ilkley tarn. See My native heath. 

Illusion perdue: par Emile Martron 
[of Holland] ; piano. 2177 

© Nov. 30, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 2: E 
551990; Benjamin H. Smit, Amster- 
dam, Holland. 

Im banne der jugenplust (Children's 
realm) ; zwolf neue kinderlieder von 
M. A. Peters tof Germany] op. 78, 
nach dichtungen von Richard u. Paula 
Dehmel, Otto Ernst u. s. w., English 
version by W. Schaumburg. h ft. 1. 
1. Zu mutters geburtstag. — 2. Klein 
Use. — 3. Freund Husch. — 4. Der protz.— ~ 
5. Die trommelpartie. — 6. Gutenacht- 
liedchen. 2178 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 13; E 
556343; Max A. Peters, Berlin. 

Im tan/.endf.x boot (An gre des'ondes) ; 
von Erik Meyer-Helmund iof Ger- 
many] ; piano. 2179 
© May 1, 1922: 1 c. May 11; E 
551834; A. Cranz, Brussels, Belgium. 

Impressions of a traveller. See Mayer 
(Max) Five old Chinese lyrics. 

In a Chinese bungalow; by L. A. Dalv 
[of U. S.] ; piano. 2180 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 553800; 
Lewis Alden Daly, New York." 

In a Chinese templE-garpen ; oriental 

phantasy, by Albert W. Ketelbev rof 

England]; pf. "2181 

© Jan. 18. 1923; 1 c. Jan. 31; E 

556059; Bosworth" & co., ltd., London. 

In a corner of the world all our 
own; waltz, words by Gus Kahn, music 
by Jesse Crawford [of U. S.], arr. by 
Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] ; orch. with 
words. 4to. (Feist edition, no. 1107) 

2182 



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In a corner oe the world all, our own— 
Continued. 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
558113; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

In a Eairy boat ; by Brian Hope, arr. 

by Albert W. Ketelbey [of England] ; 

orch. with piano conductor. 4to. 2183 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 

556182; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

In a rose garden ; reverie, by Tobia 
Acciani lof U. S.] ; orch. with piano- 
conductor. 2184 
© Nov. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555526; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

• piano. (Sheet music edi- 
tion, P 1181) 2185 
© Nov. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555578 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

In a summer house; by Marie Rose 
Wilking [of U. S.i op. 23, no. 2 ; piano. 

2186 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; E 558137; 

Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. 

• - 

Ix A WAY. I'm sorry. AND IX A WAY, 

I'm glad; words by Chas. and Harry 

Tobias, music by Geo. J. Bennet tof 

U. S.i 2187 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 

558094; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

In April ; words anon., music by Walter 
H. Aiken tof U. S.i ; sop., alto and 
bass. 4to. (Willis school songs, no. 
4060) 2188 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3 ;_ E 
555730 ; Willis music co., Cincinnati. 

In Arc ad y. See My little Irish rose. 

In cheidER (In a Hebrew class room) ; 
from Chatzkele kol boinik, words by 
Mordchele Chemerinsky, traditional 
melodv arr. by J. and J. Kammen [of 

U. S.i" 

2189 

© Feb. 7, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

555998; Jack and Joseph Kammen, 

Brooklyn. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

In dear old Pennsylvania ; words by 
B. H. Grigsby, music by Russell Young 
f of U. S.] 2190 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553872; Ben H. Grigsby and Thomas 
Early, Pittsburgh. 



Ix God's appoixted time; words by 
Johnson Oatman, jr., music by J. B. 
Herbert rof U. S.i 2191 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558030; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, 
Hartford, Ark. 

Ix heimlicher xacht (Nuit myste- 
rieuse) ; morceau de salon, von Erik 
Meyer-Helmund tof Germany] ; piano. 

2192 

^© May 1, 1922; 1 c. May 11; E 

551826; A. Cranz, Brussels, Belgium. 

Ix jazz time; words by J. Carter, 

melodv by Herman Dubois [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.i 2193 

© 1 c. Feb. 3. 1923; E 553779: 

Josephine Carter, Leadville, Col. 

Ix Judah's Fields; written by John S. 
Arkwright, music by Edgar Pettman 
tof Great Britaini (In University carol 
book, bk. 1, pt. 2) 2194 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; 
E 551704; A. W. Ridley & co., West- 
minster, England. 

Ix leaey June. See Times and seasons. 

Ix lilac land; by H. D. Hewitt [of 
U. S.i ; pf. 2195 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555867; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Ix lixe oe march ; bv J. E. Wells tof 
U. S.i ; band. 4to. 2196 

© Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555974; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 

Ix love's springtime; words by R. W. 
Ward, melody by Herman Dubois 
ipseud. of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.i 

2197 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555890; 
Robert W. Ward, Kingston, Canada. 

Ix merry mood; by B. Percy James [of 

U. S.i ; piano. Boston — New York — 

Chicago, Evans music co. 2198 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 

553992; M. T. Evans, Boston. 

In my dreams ; humorous song, written 
and composed by Ronald Bagnall [of 
Great Britain] ; in G. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 2199 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556044; Reynolds & co., London. 

In my wondEreul garden oe dreams; 
words and music by Maud Branson 
Stephenson [of U. S.i 2200 



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2217 



© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 555991; 
B. J. Stephenson, Knoxville, Tenn. 

In Ohio; words by H. Wilson, music 

bv Geo. Graff, jr. rof U. S.i, arr. by 

Theo. G. Beach rof U. S.] 2201 

© 1 c, Feb. 15, 1923; E 558080; 

Harry Wilson, Akron, O. 

In old Madrid; fox trot, words by 
John P. Harrington, music by Howard 
Flynn rof England] 2202 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; 
E 551668; St. Giles' pub. co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

In rosetime when we said good bye; 
fox trot, by Earl, played by W. Mc- 
Donald and Fred A. Schmitz [of 
U. S.] ; in G. (Ampico, word roll, 
no. 202801-F) [Music roll] 2203 

© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560076 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Ix sacred Benares. See Treharne 
(Bryceson) Five Oriental songs. 

Ix Switzerland; waltz, by Mason Slade 
ii. e. W. M. Slade, of U. S.] ; piano. 

2204 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 555987; 
William Mason Slade, Chicago. 

Ix THAT LITTLE HOME I'd LIKE TO BUILD 

for you ; humorous duet, words by 
E. A. Searson, music by Harold Arp- 
thorp [of Great Britain] ; in C. [Staff 
and totiic sol-fa notations] 2205 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556043 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Ix the beauty of holiness; words arr. 
from Scriptures and music by M. C. 
Powell tof U. S.i ; high voice. Chi- 
cago, 111, Thos.W. Hatch. 2206 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553899; May Corbin Powell, Chicago. 

Ix the cottonfield; by Wm. H. Pot- 
stock rof U. S.i op. 16, no. 8; pf. 
(Sheet music edition, P 1183: Musical 
zephyrs) 2207 

© Oct. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555619; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Ix the forest; words by F. C. McDon- 
ald, melody by Herman Dubois [pseud. 
- of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 2208 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555884; 
. Frances C. McDonald, Salt Lake City. 



Ix the gay oldex time. See Old world 
dance songs. 

In the heart of the hill ; by W. Bat- 
son [of U. S.i, arr. by N. McDonald 
tof U. S.i ; orch. with piano. 4to. 

2209 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 

553963; William Batson, New York. 

In the highlaxds ; by Edgar Barratt 

[of England] ; pf. Contents : 1. The 

island cave. — 2. Early morning. 2210 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 

556180 ; Elkin & co., ltd, London. 

In the land of sunshine; words and 

music by T. Jones [of England] (In 

Gospel songs, series nos. 7 & 8) 2211 

© Sept. 4, 1922; 1 c. Sept. 11; E 

556124; Tom Jones, Filey, England. 

In woods exchaxted; sylph dance, by 
Geoffrey Blackmore tof England] ; 
piano. 2212 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 31; E 
556080; Whaley, Royce & co, ltd, 
Toronto, Canada. 

Independent (The) candidate; hu- 
morous patter song, words and music 
by E. A. Searson rof Great Britain], 
arr. by Charles J. Winter ['of Great 
Britain] ; in G. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 2213 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556040; Reynolds & co, London. 

Indian boy; fox trot, by Harold Ben- 
nett [of U. S.] ; band. Cincinnati, O, 
Fillmore music house. 4to. 2214 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555504 ; Fillmore bros. co, Cincin- 
nati. 

Indian guide blues ; words by R. Ham- 
ilton Cary, music by Delyte Tremayne 
ti. e. M. D. T. O'Kane, of U. S.i 2215 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555703; 
Mabel Delyte Tremaine O'Kane," Tuc- 
son, Ariz. 

Indian pipes; by Marion Bauer tof 

U. S.] op. 12, no. 2; pf. (From the 

New Hampshire woods, no. 2) 2216 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 

555746 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Indiana Lou ; words and music by W. 

Benbow [of U. S.i, arr. by Don A. 

Dawley [of U. S.i 2217 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; E 560359 ; 

William Benbow, Chattanooga, Tehn. 



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pt. til, n. 



IS 



Indiana we're coming home; words by 
Edna Bell Seward, music by W. j. 
O'Callaghan tof U. S.i 2218 

© Dec. 9, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1923; 
E 560018; W. J. O'Callaghan, Culver, 
Ind. 

Infant (The) King; words by S. Bar- 
ing-Gould, music arr. from an old 
Basque Noel. (In University carol 
book, bk. 1, pt. 1) 2219 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; 
E 551699; A. W. Ridley & co., West- 
minster, England. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Insignificant me; from Peaches, words 

by Robert B. Smith, music by Max 

Steiner rof U. S.i 2220 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 

558017; Harms, inc., New York. 

Insouciance. See Mayer (Max) 
Five old Chinese lyrics. 

IntrEat me not to leave THEE; text 

Biblical, music by Wintter Watts iof 

U. S.i ; contralto. 2221 

© Jan. 15. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

553558; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Invincip.ee fidelity; march, by Albert 
A. Fradeneck rof U. S.i; band. 4.o. 
Cincinnati, O., Fillmore music house. 

2222 

© Feb. 7. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555967 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Ireland must be a garden if vou are 
a wild Irish rose; fox trot song, 
words by George Graff, jr., music by 
Bert Rule rof U. S.i 2223 

© Feb. 13. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560256; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Iris dansE sur les elots. See Amphi- 
trite errante. 

Irtsh melody ; silent O Movie, duet, by 
Geoffrey Shaw lof England] ; piano. 

:-m 

© Tan. 19. 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
551975; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Irresistible Eyes; words by Annie T. 
Barrett, music by Geo. Graff, jr. roi 
U. S.i, arr. bv Theo. G. Beach rof 
U. S.i 2225 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558058; 
Mrs. A. T. Barrett, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Island (The) cave. See In the high- 
lands. 



Island (The) king; selection, by Har- 
old Garstin, selected and arr. by H. M. 
Higgs rof Great Britain] ; orch., with 
1st violin conductor. (Chappell's op- 
eratic selections, no. 154) 2226 
© Dec. 30. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551641 ; Chappell & co.. ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangementi 

Island nights; words by G. Kondas 

and lack Sullivan, melody bv Herman 

A. Hummel iof U. S.i 2227 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560147; 

Gustave Kondas. Ashtabula, O. 

Isr.E (The) ; three-part song, poem by 
P. B. Shelley, music by Gerrard Wil- 
liams iof England! ; treble voices. 
(Novello's octavo edition of trios, &c, 
for female voices, no. 477) 2228 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923: 
F, 556324; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

It's home to ME; words and music by 
Eugene Lockhart iof U. S.i ; in E flat. 

2229 

© Dec. 22, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 27; E 

552980; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. i Copyright is claimed on new 

arrangementi 

It's not so bad aetek all; words and 
music bv E. M. Bartlett iof U. S.i 

2230 
© Jan. 5. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558023 ; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Hart- 
ford, Ark. 

It took a long time to make you care; 
fox trot, words and music by King- 
Zany i pseud, of Jack Dilli, Roy In- 
graham and I. Keirn Brennan iof U. S.i 

2231 
© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560255; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

It was eatk that gave me you; words 
by Bob Simmons ri. e. R. Simmonsi, 
music by C. Johnson rof U. $.i 2232 
^© ,1c. Feb. 2, 1923; E 555727; 
Charlie Johnson and Robt. Simmons. 
Atlantic City. 

It was good enough for father; words 
by R. Gomnan, melodv by E. Gorman 
rof U. S., arr. by Harrv Alford, of 
U. S.i 2233 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923 ; E 553573 ; 
Billy and Eddie Gorman, Chicago. 

It was my homE; from The little duch- 
ess, words by Bertrand Davis, music 
by G. H. Clutsam rof Great Britain! 

2234 

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© Dec. 20, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551644; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Italian (An) dance; by Ernst C. 

Krohn [of U. S.i op. 12. no. 3 ; piano. 

(From a toy house, no. 3) 2235 

© Feb. 3. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

555819; G. Schirmer, inc.. New York. 

Italian melody, Funiculi, eunicuea. 
See La Fontaine's (Prof.) ukulele solo 

Jack and jill; duet, from The cousin 
from nowhere, words by Adrian Ross 
and Robert C. Tharp, music by Ed- 
ward Kunneke iof Germany]; in C. 
(Staff and tonic sol-fa notations i 2236 
© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
E 551626 ; B. Feldiuan & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on English ver- 
sion i 

Sec also Tiny tots tales. 

Jacoue (Zhakee); lyric by Billie See- 
der i pseud, of Hannah Seegen, music 
by R. L. Muszar [of U. S.i 2237 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923 ; E 555797 ; Rae 
L. Muszar. Indianapolis. 

Jacques de Molai ; march, by F. Tewell 
iof U. S.i ; band. 4to. 2238 

©•Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555970; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 

Japanese lanterns; by Richard Rich- 
ards iof England] ; piano. (5 easy 
teaching" pieces for piano, no. 1 ) 2239 
© Jan. 21. 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556198; West's, ltd.. London. 

Jazz 'em ltp tune; fox trot song, words 
and music bv Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 
Brandon rof U. S.i 2240 

©July 30. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; 
E 555476; Orpheum music co., St. 
Louis. 

Jazz (A) wedding ; with apologies to 

Mendelssohn, by J. B. Lampe [of 

L T . S.i ; piano. 2241 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; E 553978; 

J. Bode wait Lampe, New York. 

Je mourrai r-LUS que tot. See Massenet 
(Jules Emile Frederic) 

Jealousy ; fox trot, words by P. Piesker, 

music by Norrie Bernard [of U. S.i 

New York, Lenox co. 2242 

© Jan. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 5 ; E 

555767 ; Paul Piesker. Norwood, O. 



Jeanette; intermezzo, by Charles 
Ancliffe, arr. by J. Ord Hume [of 
Great Britain i ; military band. 4to. 
(Boosey & co.'s supplemental journal 
for military band) 2243 

© Dec. 7, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 
E 551950; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

JV.annette ; entr'acte, by Victor Salcede 
iof Englandi ; piano. 2244 

© Dec. 30. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; 
E 551982; Bosworth & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Jennie ; a happy song with a happy 
swing, words and music by Cliff 
Friend and Con Conrad iof U. S.i 

2245 
© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
560332; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Jennifer; lyric by Royden Barric, mu- 
sic by May H. Brahe tof Great Brit- 
aim ; in D flat. 2246 
^ © Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 5; E 
556144 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Jerry's song; from The volunteer, by 
Alexander Reinagle, ed. and augmented 
by Harold Vincent Milligan iof U. S.i 
(In Pioneer American composers, 
v. 2) 1. Sop. or ten. — 2. Mezzo-sop. 
or bar. 2247 

© Jan. 23, 1923: 2 c. each Jan. 26; 
E 555456; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Jesus Christ is risen to-day; Easter 
anthem, music' by C. V. Stanford rof 
England ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
(Novello's octavo anthems, no. 1104) 

2248 
© Jan. 30. 1923; 1 c. Feb. 2; E 
556095 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Jesus hear my prayer; by S. P. Fachu- 

tar rof U. S.i ; violin and pf. 2249 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923: E 555748; 

Salvator Peter Fachutar, Santa Cruz, 

Calif. 

Jesus ts com l no scon; words and music 

by T. Jones rof Englandi (In Gospel 

songs, series nos. 11 & 12) 2250 

© Dec. 10, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923: 

E 556118; Tom Jones, Filey, England. 

Jesus ts sweet to me; words and music 

bv Albert Allen Ketchum rof U. S.i, 

arr. by P. P. Bilhorn iof U. S.i 2251 

© Feb. 10. 1923: 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

553986: Peter P. Bilhorn, Chicago. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Jesus lifted me up; words and music 

by T. Jones [of England] {In Gospel 

songs", series nos. 7 & 8) 2252 

© Sept. 4, 1922; 1 c. Sept. 11; E 

556125 ; Tom Jones, Filey, England. 

Jeune (Le) bERGEr; chanson populaire 
grecque, harmonisee et transcrite par 
Armand Marsick [of France] ; piano. 

2253 
© Dec. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923 ; 
E 551619; Heugel, Paris. iCopyright 
is claimed on harmonization and tran- 
scription] 

Joe is here; words and music by Bert 
Kalmar and Harry Ruby iof U. S.i 

2254 
© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; E 
553624; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

J0HANN SEB\STL\N BACH EUR DTE 

jugend. See Bach (Johann Sebas- 
tian) 

John Ball shot them all ; four-part 
song, old English rhyme, music by 
Adam Carse rof Engl and i ; mixed 
yoices. 4to. (Musical times, Jan. 1, 
1923) 2255 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; 
E 556323; Noyello & co., ltd., London. 

John Barleycorn ; words by Mrs. M. E. 

Bell, music bv Geo. Graff, jr. tof U. S.i, 

arr. by Theo. G. Beach tof U. S.i 2256 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553834; Mrs. 

M. E. Bell, Midland, Canada. 

Joli blEuet; \alse, by Jessie L. Deppen 
rof U. S.i; piano. (Sheet music edi- 
tion, P 1200) 2257 
© Jan. 12, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555554; Carl Fischer, New York. 



. .__ — . violin and piano. (Sheet 

music edition, B 1823) 2258 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

. 555555 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangementi 

Joely (The) huntsman; by Richard 

Richards tof England] ; piano. (5 easy 

teaching pieces for. piano, no. 3) 2259 

© Jan. 21, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 

556196; West's, ltd., London. 



Jolly (A) ride; by Maria Bonito tof 

U. S.i ; piano. Boston — New York — 

Chicago, Evans music co. 2260 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 

553991; M. T. Evans, Boston. 

148 



Journey on with the King; words 

and music by S. G. Miller [of U. S.] 

8vo. 2261 

© Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 

558091 ; Stella G. Miller, Indianapolis. 

Journey's end; fox trot, from Up she 
goes, lyric by Joseph J. McCarthy, 
music by Harry Tierney, arr. by F. E. 
Barry tof U. S.] ; orch. Feist ed. 4to. 

2262 

© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 

560330; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Jubel; celebre ouverture, de C. M. yon 
Weber, arr. parF. Salabert tof France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 
(Ouvertures classiques, nouvelle col- 
lection Francis Salabert, no. 16) 2263 
© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556235; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

JueiEn; words by A. Lipschutz, melody 
by J. Maser [of U. S.i 2264 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; E 555522 ; Abe 
Lipschutz and Jack Maser, Phila- 
delphia. 

Jumping jack; by Marie Rose Wilking 
tof U. S.] op. 59, no. 2 ; piano. 2265 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; E 558140; 
Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. . 

Just a glimpse oe the moon; words 
and melody by E. A. Sirmyer tof U. So 

2266 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553622; 
Edgar A. Sirmyer, San Francisco. 

Just a eane; words and music by I. R. 
Bernstein tof U. S.], arr. by Tack 
Smalls [Of U. S.i 2267 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1923; E 560062; 
Isadore Robert Bernstein, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 

Just a little letter edged in black; 

words by J. Majerowski, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington tof U. S.i 2268 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; E 555929 ; Joe 

Majerowski, Denver. 

Just because I am a teasing brown ; 
words and music by W. Benbow rof 
U. S.], arr. by Don A. Dawley rof 
U. S.i ; piano, with words. 2269 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; E 560358; 
William Benbow, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Just because oe you ; words by Har- 
mon Brewer, music bv Mary Helen 
Brown [of U. S.i 2270 



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no. 3, 1923 



2288 



© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555873; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Just because you're you, that's why 
I love you; fox trot, by Turk and 
Robinson, played by George Dilworth 
[of U. S.] ; in B flat. (Ampico, word 
roll, no. 202641-F) 2271 

© June 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560078 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Just keep on dancing to that meeody; 
fox trot, words and music by G. Earle 
tof U. S.] Dodge City, Kan., Dodge 
City music co. 2272 

© Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555977; Geo. Earle, Dodge City, Kan. 

Just eisten to me; words by W. Malon, 
music by Everett J. Evans tof U. S.i 
Invincible ed. New York, Invincible 
music co., inc. 2273 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553941 ; Walter Malon, St. Louis. 

Just eove; valse, words and music by 
Alene Reynolds tof U. S.i, arr. by 
Louis La Rondelle [of England, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles, Calif.] 2274 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 558005; 
Alene Margarette Reynolds, Venice, 
Calif. 

Just noise; words by Fred Sherman. 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.i, 
arr. by Theo. G. Beach [of U. S.i 

2275 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553616; 
Frederic S. Porter, Cleveland. 

Just one eittee word ; words by Edgar 

Allan Brown, music by Eric G. Brown 

iof Great Britain] 2276 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 13; E 

556025; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Just To know ; words by Vivian Yeiser 

Laramore, music by E. H. McKenney 

[of U. S.i 2277 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555645; 

Elena H. McKenney, Los Angeles. 

Just to see my dear mother once more ; 
words by S. E. Chine, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.], arr. by Theo. G. 
Beach [of U. S.i 2278 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553844; 
Susie E. Clune, Walton, N. Y. 

K ad sirdt tau skausmas ; words by 
Maironis, music by Joseph Naujalis 



rot Lithuania, domiciled at Chicago, 

111.] 2279 

© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1923; 

E 560316 ; Xavier Strumskis, Brooklyn. 

Kansas ; march song, by Eberhardt tof 

U. S.i; band. 4to. ■ 2280 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555514; John J. - Eberhardt, Salina, 

Ivans. 

KEEP it under your hat; from Make it 
snappy, words and music by Eddie 
Cantor, Chas. Tobias and Louis Breau 
iof U. S.] 2281 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; E 
555477; Bee Tee pub. co., New York. 

Keep off my shoes ; fox trot request, 

i words and music by Chas. and Harry 

Tobias and Geo. J. Bennett [of U. S.i 

2282 
^© Feb. 10. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553966; W^aterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

Keepsake (The) ; words by Joan Gil- 
christ, mnsic by H. Lyall Phillips iof 
Great Britain] ; in B flat. 2283 

^© Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 10; E 
556327; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London. 

Kentucky luelaby ; words and arr. by 

William M. Schmitt, music by Louis 

R. Strong tof U. S.] ' 2284 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923; E 560263; 

Circle music pub. co., Cincinnati. 

Kentucky U. S. A. ; words and music 

by Coleman Goetz [of U. S.i 2285 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

555946; Joe Goodman music Corp., San 

Francisco. 

KewpiEs' parade ; march, by Ernest C. 

Krohn tof U. S.] op. 12, no. 2 ; piano. 

(From a- toy house, no. 2) 2286 

© Feb. 3, 1923'; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

555818; G. Schirmer. inc., New York. 

Khandalea ; waltz, by Bruce Merryl [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. ' 22^7 

©^Dec. 21, 1922: 1 c. Jan. 20. 1923; 
E 551938; Boosey & co.. London. 

Kicky-koo. you for me. me for you; 
fox trot, by Meyer, played by Clair 
and Fairchild rof U. S.i ; in E flat. 
( Ampico. word roll, no. 202631-F) 
[Music roll] . 2288 

© June 20. 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923 ; , 
E 560091 : American piano co., New 
York, i Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 



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pt. 1 1 



18 



Kinder bEitEn ois a taten; words by 

Morris Rund, melody bv S. Weisser 

cof U. S.i 2289 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923 ; E 553935 ; M. 

Rund and S. Weisser, New York. 

Kindergarten (A) book ok folk-songs; 
coll. and arr. by Lorraine d'Oremieulx 
Warner iof U. S.i obi. 8vo. (Con- 
cord series, no. 9) 2290 
© Jan. 20. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 23: E 
55?3 ( )2 ; E. C. Schirmer music CO., Bos- 
ton. 

King au, georious ; anthem for Easter, 
words by Marion Roberts, music by 
R. M. Stults iof U. S.i ; [mixed voicesi 
4to. 2291 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555863; Thc-o. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

KlNG FROST; chorus, words by Charles 
Swain, music by Louis Adolphe 
Coerne iof U. S.i op. 167, no. 3 ; unison 
and four-part cho. of mixed voices. 
(New beacon octavo, no. 610) 2292 
© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
560130; Silver, Burdett & co., New- 
ark. N. J. 

King AT o .\r u s march ; two-step, by 
Tihomasi J. Armstrong iof U. S.i ; 
plectrum banjo. W. Paterson, N. J., 
E. D. Goldby & son. 2293 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555792; Eli David Goldby, Paterson. 

KlNG OF cars; words bv G. Baker, music 
by Al Meehan [of U.'S.i 2294 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
560188; Geo. Baker, Plaquemine, La. 

King of kings; an Easter service for 
Sunday schools, words by Eleanor 
Allen Schroll, music by Roy E. Nolte, 
John J. Thomas and J. H. Fillmore rof 
U. S.] Cincinnati, O., Fillmore music 
house. 8vo. 2295 

_© Jan. 31, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 
553755 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Kirbey's (George) madrigals to four, 
five, and six voices ; transcribed, 
scored and ed. by Edmund Florace 
Fellowes rof England] 4to. (Eng- 
lish madrigal school, v. 24) 2296 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; 
E 551731; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Kiss ttme; from Lady Butterfly, words 
bv Clifford Grev, music bv Werner 
Tanssen rof U. S.i 2297 



_© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
555802; Llarms, inc., New York. 

Ktssing; fox trot, i words by Rome 
Falki, melodv bv S. Fiizy rof U. S. T 
arr. by R. Falk, of U. S.i 2298 

^ © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555813; 
Stephen Fiizy, Cleveland. 

Kitty from Jkrsfv Citv; words by 
Larry Saffran, melodv bv I. Berkowitz 

iof U. S.i 22^ 

© 1 c. Feb. 16. 1923; E 560061; 
Irving Berkowitz, New York. 

Kiw axis builder's soxg ; words and 
music by W. R. Davies iof U. S.i, arr. 
by Llewellyn Jones iof U, S.i 2300 

© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1923; 
E 560318; Wm. Rowland Davies, 
Scranton, Pa. 

KlavierwErke Sec Bach (Johann Se- 
bastian) — Liszt (Franz) 

Ki.i'.ix fi.sE. See In banne der jugend- 

lust. 



i\N ' RESBRO* STATUS. 
heath. 



See My native 



Konigin (Die) DER nacht; musikali- 
scher schwank in drei akten, gesangs- 
texte von Will Steinberg und Kurt 
Schwabach, musik von Walter Kollo 
iof German}i, klavier-auszug mit sing- 
stimmen von Otto Lindemann iof Ger- 
many i 2301 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; 



E 556164; Kollo-verlaj 

Berlin. 



m. D. n 



Kona march ; by A. J. Frauchini and 
F. Ferrera iof U. S.i, arr. by A. J. 
Franchini ; instrumental. 2302 

© 1 c. Jean. 20, 1923; E 553577; 
.Anthony J. Franchini and Frank Fer- 
rera, New York. 

KonzERT ix A moll; von Adolf Busch 
iof Germany i op. 20, klavierauszug von 
Rudolf Serkin rof Germain- 1 ; violin 
und piano. (Edition Breitkopf, nr. 
5227) 2303 

© Nov. 3, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 19, 1923; 
E 551962; Breitkopf & Hartel, Leip- 
zig. 

Kova.cs (Charles) Melody; by C. 

Kovacs iof U. S.i op. 80; violin and pf. 

(Sheet music edition, B 1815) 2304 

© Dec. 30. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 

E 555573 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

KrEutzfr (R.) 42 studies; by R. 
Kreutzer, new ed. rev. by Hiansi Wes- 



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2328 



sely lof Great Britain] ; violin. ( Au- 
gener's cd., no. 5670) 2305 

^© Jan. 5, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24: E 
556004; Augener, ltd., London. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision i 

KroEGER (Ernest R.) Nocturne; by 
E. R. Kroeger iof U. S.i op. 94; piano 
and organ. (Fischer edition, no. 5182) 

230 » 

© Feb. 20. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23: !-". 

560251; J. Fischer & bro.. New York. 

KSIADZ MI ZAKAZOWAL [and) PlESN 

rozmarynie; songs, opr. W. K. Gry- 

gaitis iof U. S i 2307 

©Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 553858; Jos. Krygier, Philadelphia. 

Kukawka (Koo-koo); polka, by P. 
Feldhann iof U. S.i ; instrumental. 

2308 
© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1923; E 555895; 
Peter Feldhann, New York. 

Lady bug ; or, The story of the bugs, 
words and music by M. J. Fitzpatrick 
iof U. vS.i New York, Fitzpatrick 
bros. 2309 

© Feb. 16. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
560148; Michael Joseph Fitzpatrick, 
New York. 

Lady Chic ; trmsikalischer schwank in 
drei akten, gesangstexte von Will 
Steinberg, musik von Walter Kollo 
iof Germany i, klavierauszug mit sing- 
stimmen von Otto Lindemann iof Ger- 
many] Ed. A', u. V., a. g. 2310 
©Aug. 29, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; 
E 556163; Yerlag und Vertrieb, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Ladv of the EVENING; fox trot, from 
Berlin's music box revue 1922-23, by 
Berlin, ed. by McNair . Ilgenfritz iof 
U. S.i, played by Clarence M. Jones 
iof U. S.i (Recordo, word roll, no. 
67300) i Music roll i 2311 

_ © Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
555696; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on editing 

' and interpretation! 

Lady (The) of the rose; selection, 
valse brillante, by Jean Gilbert ipseud. 
of Max Winterfeldi, arr. by J. Ord 
Hume tof Great Britaim ; band. 4to. 
(Boosev's brass & reed band journal, 
no. 629) 2312 

© Dec. 5, 1922; 1 c. Ian. 20, 1923; 
E 551947; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. i Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement 



# Ladv (The) who stole My heart 
away ; words by H. Halsey, melody 
by Flerman Dubois ipsend. of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.i 2313 

© 1 c. Feb. 3. 1923; E 553772; 
Henryette Halsey, Henryetta, Okl. 

LandeER. Sec Peasant dances. 

La Fontaine's (Prof.) ukulele solo; 
special arr. of popular classics, by M. 
La Fontaine iof Mexico, domiciled at 
New Yorki ; numerical notation. 

1. Rosa's waltz, Over the waves. — 

2. Bridal chorus from Lohengrin. 

2314,2315 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 8; 
aff. Jan. 6 ; A 694644, 694645 ; Mitchelie 
de La Fontaine, New York. 

1. Liliuokalani's Aloha 

oe. — 2. Redding' s One, two, three, 
four. — 3. Yradier's La Paloma. — 4. 
Vienna march. — 5. Tosti, Good-bye. — ■ 

6. Italian melody, Funiculi, funicula. — 

7. Schumann's Traumerei. — 8. Men- 
delssohn's wedding march. 2316-2323 

© Jan. 6, 8, 1923 ; 2 c. each and aff. 
Jan. 9; A 694674-694681 ; Mitchelie de 
La Fontaine, New York. 

Lagoon lueeaby : words by Plarold Simp- 
son, music by Gatty Sellars [of Great 
Britaim no. 1. 2324 

© Jan. 18, 1923: 1 c. Jan. 16; E 
551817 ; W. Paxton & co., ltd., London. 

Laila ; Arabian dance, by R. S. Stough- 
ton rof U. S.] 1. Arr. by R. E. Hil- 
dreth rof U. S.i ; orch. with piano. 
4to.— 2. Piano. 2325, 2326 

© Dec. 5, 1922, Nov. 29; 2 c. each 
Fefjl 5, 1923: E 555770, 55577S; Wal- 
ter Jacobs, inc., Boston. [Copyright 
is claimed oh arrangement] 

Lament. See Bach (Johann Sebastian) 
Suite no. 6. 

Lamentation; by William Strasser [of 
Czecho-Slovakia, domiciled at New 
York] ; violoncello and pf. (Mood 
pictures) 2327 

_ ©^Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
553953 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Land (The) of broken dreams ; words 
and music bv Scott, Parker and Wil- 
son rof U. S.i 2328 
© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553947 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Land of heart's desire ; from The lady 
of the rose, words by Harry Graham, 
music by Harold Fraser Simson rof 
Great Britain] 2329 

.© Dec. 20, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551647; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., New York. 

Land oe Nod; by C. W. Krogmann iof 
U. S.] op. 143, no. 5 ; piano, with 
words. (Tuneful rhymes from won- 
derland, no. 5) 2330 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22. 1923; 
E 553564; Willis music co., Cincinnati. 

Land oe romance; duet, from Caroline, 
words by Harry B. Smith [of U. S.i, 
music by Eduard Kiinneke and Alfred 
Goodman [of U. S.i 2331 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
558010; Harms, inc., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revised lyrics and 
music by Harry B. Smith and Alfred 
Goodman] 

Last (The) dance; words by Dion 
Titheradge, music by R. Marc An- 
thony [of England]; in E flat. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] 2332 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; 
E 551742; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Last (The) spring. See Grieg (Ed- 
vard Hagerup) 

Latest improvements ; words by L. Gil- 
rod, melody by Jos. Rumshisky [of 
U. S.i 2333 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555520; 
Louis Gilrod, Brooklyn. 

Laughin' cryin' beues; blues fox trot, 
by Porter Grainger and Bob Ricketts 
[of U. S.], arr. by B. Ricketts ; orch. 
4to. ■ 2334 

©Jan. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 12; E 
555374; Zipf music pub. co., New 
York. 

Laughter and love and you; words by 
T. Keirn Brennan, music by Judson 
House tof U. S.i 2335 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560354; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

LaurETTE; fox trot, by Ernst Luz and 
Louis Breau [of U. S.i, arr. by Frank 
E. Barry [of U. S.] ; orch. with piano 
and words. Feist ed. 4to. 2336 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; E' 
555431 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



Lavender days; words by Edward 
Teschemacher, music by Frederick 
Drummond [of Great Britain] ; in B 
flat. 2337 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 15; E 
551727; Cary & co., London. 

Lead on, O King eternal; words by 
E. W. Shurleff, music by Eduardo 
Marzo [of U. S.] 1. High voice. — 2. 
Low voice. 2338, 2339 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 13; 
E 560012, 560013; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Leap year troubles; words by J. S. 

Bramwell, music by Arnold T. Lax 

[of U. S.i 2340 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555794; 

J. S. Bramwell, Ogden, Utah. 

Leave him to your mother-in-law; 
words by I. Jones, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. 
Beach t of U. S.i 2341 

© 1 c. Feb. IS, 1923; E 558066; 
Ingram Jones, Denmark, Tenn. 

Lee's (Markham) books for begin- 
ners ; a modern method of pianoforte 
instruction in three books, by E. Mark- 
ham Lee rof England] bk. 2. 2342 
© Sept. 1, 1922; 1 c. Oct. 29; E 
550488; Paterson sons & co., ltd., 
Glasgow. 

bk. 3. 2343 

© Sept. 1, 1922; 1 c. Oct. 28; E 
550489; Paterson sons & co., ltd., 
Glasgow. 

Lehrgaxg des k laviEr spiel s ; fur er- 
wachsene, zugleich allgemeine musik- 
lehre, verfasst von Karl Zuschneid tof 
Germany) 1-3 teile. 2344, 2345 

© Nov. 15, 1921, Sept. 23, 1922; 1 c. 
each Feb. 1, 1923; E 556168, 556170; 
Chr. Friedrich Vieweg, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 

Lemmone (John) Nocturne; a moun- 
tain idyl, by T. Lemmone [of Aus- 
tralia] ; flute and piano. (Paling's fhr.e 
series, no. 1) 2346 

© Dec. 8, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; 
E 551987; W. H. Paling & co. ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Lenormand (Ren;e) Huit Rubaiyat; 
de Omar Khayyam, traduction nouvelle 
de F. Roger Cornaz rof France], mu- 
sique de Rene Lenormand rof Francei 
op. 116. 2347 



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2364 



© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551623; Heugel, Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on new translation] 

Leoncavallo ( Ruggiero) P a g 1 i a c c i 
(The clown) ; selection, by Leonca- 
vallo, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani, op. 
240, re-arr. by Chas. J. Roberts tof 
U. S.i ; full orch. with piano-conductor. 

2348 

© Nov. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 

E. 555604; Carl Fischer, New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement i 

Prologue; with apologies to R. 

Leoncavallo, novelty adapted by J. B. 
Lampe rof U. S.i ; piano. 2349 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553824; J. 
Bodewalt Lampe, New York. 

Let me miss you sweet papa ; fox trot. 

words and music by A. Payne and E. 

Schloemcr rof U. S.i 2350 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555634; Ed. 

Schloemer and Art Payne, Louisville. 

Let's go ; words and music by D. H. 

Radford lof U. S.i 2351 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555796; 

Dorothy Humes Radford, Washington. 

by S. Daniels iof U. S. Pho- 
tostat! 2352 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553626; 
• Samuel Daniels, Dayton, O. 

Let's make Woodrow Wilson our next 
president; words and melody by G. M. 
Simpson rof U. S.i, arr. by Edgar 
Rollman rof U. S.i 2353 

© 1 c.Jan. 29, 1923; E 555519; G. 
Morgan Simpson, Baltimore. 

Levitzki (Mischa) Valse; composed 
and played by M. Levitzki iof U. S.i 

- op. 2. (Ampico, red label, no. 
61051-G) [Music rolli 2354 

© Aug. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923 ; 
E 560093 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation! 

LiebESVErbot. Sec Wagner (Richard) 

Life and death. See Allah. 

Life and eovE; song by Lewis M. Isaacs 
iof U. S.] 1. Sop. or ten. — 2. Mezzo 
sop. or bar. 2355 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 15; 
E 558045 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Life anew ; lyrics by Temple Keble, mu- 
sic by Alma Goatley rof Great Britaim 

2356 



© Jan. 2, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556031; Enoch & sons, London. 

LirK without you is a lonely dream; 

words bv Irwin Cortland, melody bv 

B. Mauro rof U. S.i 2357 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 560044; 

Benoit Mauro, Brooklyn. 

Light amid shadows; words and music 

by E. M. Bartlett rof U. S.i 2358 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 

558025 ; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, 

Hartford, Ark. 

Lighthouse (The) ; words by Margerie 
Beardsley, music by Alfred Wooler rof 
U. S.i 2359 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555871 ; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Like unto the dawn ; words by Mrs. 
A. S. Wade, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
rof U. S., arr. bv Theo. G. Beach, of 
U. S.i 2360 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553618; 
Mrs. Albert Shannon Wade, Gallo- 
way, O. 

Lilac TtmE; words by ■ E. W. Carter, 
' music by Charles Murdock ipseud. of 

Charles M. Meade, of U. S.i, arr. bv 

Millicent White rof U. S.i 2361 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 560291; 

Earle W. Carter and Charles Meade, 

Buffalo. 

Sec also Schubert (Franz Peter) 

Ltlacs (The) are in bloom ; words by 
George Moore, music by Adolph Mann 
iof Great Britaim ; in C. 2362 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 7; E 
556203 ; J. B. Cramer & co., hd., Lon- 
don. 

Lti.tuokalani's, Aloha oe. See La 
Fontaine's (Prof.) ukulele solo. 

Lilla (Den) herdinnan ; bergerette, 
fri forsvenskning av Raf Lindquist, 
musik av Erkki Melartin, op. 115, no. 
5, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt tof 
U. S.i (Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 
2282) 2363 

_ © Feb. 3. 1923; 1 c. Feb. 26; E 
560342 ; W r ilhclm Hansen, Copenhagen. 

Lincoln ; words by Edwin Liebfreed, 
music by Robert Braine rof U. S. : 
op. 7. 2364 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; E 
555713; Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, 
inc.. New York. 



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2365 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Lincoln so brave and true; words and 
music by Bertha Weber lof U. S.i 
(Fischer edition, choruses in octavo 
form, no. 5217) 2365 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560245; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Lindy lady ; words and melody by Percy 
Wenrich iof U. S.i 2366 

© 1 c. Feb. 1. 1923; E 553909; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 

Lindy Lou; words and melody by Al 
Bernard iof U. S.i, arr. by Walter 
Haenscher iof U. S.i 2367 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 560035; 
Triangle music pub. co.. inc.. New 
York. 

Lines (The) that my dear mother 
wrote to me; words by S. Barrie. 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. iof U. S.i. 
arr. by Theo. G. Beach iof U. S.i 2368 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558055; 
S. Barrie, Wichita. 

Lisf.r.oTTE : valse, by Leon Adam, arr. by 
Charles Ancliffe tof Great Britaim ; 
pf. 2369 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
556006; Augener, ltd., London. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 



Listen, Mister Verdi 

B. Smith, music by 
U. S.; 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 
558107; Harms, inc.. 



words by Robert 
Max Steiner iof 
2370 
2 c. Feb. 14; E 
New York. 



Listening; words by Robert Carreau, 
music by M. S. Carreau iof U. S.i 

2371 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553819: 

Margaret Stiver Carreau, New York. 

Listening ox some radio; fox trot, from 
the Ziegfeld follies of 1922. by Hirsch 
and Stamper, played by the Original 
piano trio iof U. S.i ; in D flat. (Am- 
pico, word roll, no. 20271 1-F) [Music 
roll] 2372 

© July 20, 1922: 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
F. 560092 ; American piano co., New 
Yi rk. i Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Liszt (Franz) Klavier werke ; unga- 
rische rhapscdien, von F. Liszt, neu- 
ausgabe von Eugen d' Albert iof Ger- 
manyi ; klavier. (Ed. Schott, nos. 33, 
34) " teil 1, nos. 1-8.— teil 2, nos. 9-15. 

2373, 2374 

© Feb. 16, 1917, Dec. 24. 1921; 

1 c. each Sept. 23, 1922; E 556201, 



556202; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, Ger- 
many. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vising, phrasing and fingering] 

Little o.vrlix' just tor you; quartet, 
words and music by Frank Crumit and 
George Henninger, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus iof U. S.i ; mixed voices. 
Witmark ed. 4to. 2375 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Ian. 24; E 
5?S376; M. Witmark & sons, New- 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement) 

Little (The) duchess; selection from 
the musical play, by G. H. Clutsam 
iof Great Britaim : piano. 2376 

© Dec. _0, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551646; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

waltz from the musical play, by 

G. H. Clutsam iof Great Britaim ; 
piano. 2377 

©Dec. 20, 1922: 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923: 
E 551645; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

LiTTi.K Fairy voices; from The little 
duchess, words by Percy Greenbank, 
music bv G. H. Clutsam iof Great 
Britain, " 2378 

© Dec. 20, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1923; 
E 551642; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Little girl T like your style; words 
by R. Kirby, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
rof U. S.i, arr. bv Theo. G. Beach iof 
U. S.i 2379 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553617; 
Ruby Kirby, Charleston, S. C. 

Little (The) grey church; serenade, 
by Harold Bennett [of U. S.i ; band. 
Cincinnati, O., Fillmore music house. 
4to. 2380 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555508 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Little jottings ; album of six short 

pieces in modern style, by H. W. 

Chuter [of Great Britaim ; piano. 2381 

© Tan. 15, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 

556089; Collard Moutrie, London. 

Little lost rolling stone; fox trot, 
lyric by Leslie Moore, music by Alfred 
Solman iof U. S.i 2382 

© Jan. 30, 1923: 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
555704; Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. 



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2-301 



Little playmate; a three-act musical 

pastime, words and music by R. A. 

Fox lof U. S.i 2383 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; D 26412; 

Russell A. Fox, Astoria, Or. 

Little (The) red school house: fox 
trot song, words and music by F. N. 
Weiss tof U. S.] 2384 

© Tan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 20; E 
553568; J. Arthur Peterson & Fred 
N. Weiss, San Francisco. 

Little robin redbreast; by Wm. H. 
Potstock tof U. S.i op. 16, no. 3; 
piano. (Sheet music edition, P. 1182: 
Musical zephyrs) 2385 

© Oct. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555616; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Little star (Estrellita) ; words by Julian 

de Cordova, music by Grace J. Piper 

tof U. S.i - 2386 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

555945; C. W. Thompson & co., Boston. 

Little Tokio, from across the sea ; 

words and music bv R. R. Terry rof 

U. S.i" 2387 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 

553874; Rex R. Terry, Tacoma. 

Little wings; words by H. Dannen- 
berg, music by Sidney Dannenberg [of 
U. S.i, arr. by Sam Danks [of U. S.i 

2388 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1923; E 555444; 
Herman Dannenberg, Brooklyn. 

Living eor the King; words and music 

by O. H. Callis [of U. S.i 2389 

© Oct. 25, 1922; 2 c. Nov. 15; E 

553938; Overton Howard Callis, Wil- 

more, Ky. 

Londonderry air; would God I were 
the tender apple blossom, farewell td 
Cucullain, old Irish melody, arr. by 
Chas. J. Roberts tof U. S.] ; full orch. 
with piano-conductor and organ ace. 

2390 

© Nov. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29. 1923; 

E 555610; Carl Fischer, New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Lone (A) old nest; words and music 

by L. P. Fournier [of U. S.i 2391 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923; E 553918; 

Lillian Poole Fournier, Sault Ste. 

Marie, Mich. 

Lonely (The) blues ; words by W. 
Jackson, music by Geo. Graff, jr. iof 



U. S.i. arr. by Theo. G. Beach f of 
U. S.i 2392 

© 1 c. Feb. 3. 1923; E 553845; 
Walter Jackson, Pittsburgh. 

Lonely Hawaii; a moonlight love song, 
words by St. John Gore, music by 
Fisher Thompson iof U. S.i 2393 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1923; 
E 560193 ; A. J. Stasny music co., inc., 
New York. 

Lonesome; words by J. Pandak, music. 
by E. S. S. Huntington tof U. S.i 

2394 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555925; 
Joseph Pandak, New York. 

Long ago 'mid apple blossoms ; words 
and melody by Gus Kahn, Ernie Erd- 
man, and Albert E. Short tof U. S.], 
arr. by E. Erdman iof U. S.i 2395 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 555486; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Longing for you; words and music by 
Raymond V. Gould tof U. S.i 2396 
-© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553883 ; Capitol music co., Seattle. 

Look what you maul out oE ml; words 
and music by A. J. Stern [of U. S.], 
arr. by Otto Miilbauer iof U. S.i : 
piano, with words. 2397 

© 1 c. Jan. 29. 1923; E 553994; 
Arthur J. Stern, New York. 

Lord (The) is my light; anthem, 
words from Psalm 27, 1-6, music by 
Edwin H. Pierce [of U. S.i ; mixed 
voices. 4to. ■ 2398 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555862; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Lord (The) is my sliepliErd; words 
from the Bible, music by Henry Pur- 
mort Eames rot" JJ. S.] ; medium voice, 
organ or piano ace. 2399 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 
553925; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Lord (The) is nigh unto them; sacred 
song, words from the Psalms, music 
by Stanley T. Reiff rof U. S.i ; high 
voice, in D flat. (Sheet music edition, 
V. 430) 2400 

© Dec. 9. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555547; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Lord, reign within my heart; words 

arr. from Charles Wesley, music bv 

J. B. Herbert rof U. S.i 2401 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 

55S020; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 111. 



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nt. ) [i, n. s.. v. 18 



Lost (The) one. See Mayer (Max) 
Five old Chinese lyrics. 

Lost time ; fox-trot, by F. C. Di Prima 

tof U. S.], arr. by Charles Sansone 

and Joe Capra [of U. S.i ; piano. 2402 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 555848; 

Frank C. Di Prima, New York. 

Lovable eyes ; fox trot, from Make it 
snappy, by Schwartz, played by Clair 
and Dilworth [of U. S.i ; in A flat. 
(Ampico, word roll, no. 202651-F) 
[Music roll] 2403 

©June 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560101 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

L-o-v-E; words and music by Albert Al- 
len Ketchum [of U. S.i, arr. by P. P. 
Bilhorn tof U. S.i ' ' 2404 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
553988; Peter P. Bilhorn, Chicago. 

Love and laughter ; pizzicato," by George 
L. Cobb [of U. S.i 1. Arr. by R. E. 
Hildreth lof U. S.i ; orch. with piano. 
-Ho.— 2. Pf. 2405,2406 

© Nov. 25, 29, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 
5, 1923; E 555773, 555779; Walter 
Jacobs, inc., Boston. 

LovE bird; melodv, by Al Burt tof U. S.i 

2407 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; E 555682; 
Albert Slusky. New York. 

LovE gleams; follow the gleams, quick 
march by 1. R. Hendricks [of U. S.i 
op'. 64 ; piano. Little Rock, Ark., Rose 
City music co. 2408 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553898; J. R. Hendricks, Little Rock, 
Ark. 

LovE in springtime; words by H. T. 

Broome, music by T. R. T. Hayes [i. e. 

Robert J. Hayes, of U. S-] 2409 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1923; E 560066; 

Harold Temple Broome, New York. 

Love lost. See Echoes from afar. 

LovE me, ie you care; words and music 
by A. Smythe [of U. S.] 2410 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553896; Alfredo Smythe, Chicago. 

LovE sends a little giet oe roses ; by 
Openshaw, played by George Dilworth 
rof U. S.i ; in E flat. (Ampico, word 
roll, no. 711-F) [Music roll] 2411 

© June 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560126 ; American piano co., New 



York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Love thoughts ; a ballad, words by Al- 
fred H. Rommal, music by Rudolf 
Friml [of Czecho Slovakia, domiciled 
at New York] 2412 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb.. 14; E 
560022 ; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 

Loved and lost; words by Mrs. L. K. 
Ruddick, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.], arr. by Theo. G. Beach [of 
U. S.] 2413 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558075; 
Mrs. L. K. Ruddick, Anyox, B. C, 
Canada. 

Lovely kind and kindly loving; words 

by Nicholas Breton, music by Gustav 

Hoist lot" Great Britain] op. 16. 2414 

. © Jan. 23, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 

556017; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Love's confession. See Echoes from 
afar. 

Love's desire; reverie, by Walter L. 
Rosemont [of U. S.i ; piano. (Fine art 
black series) 2415 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 24; E 
560306; Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. 

Love's dream ; valse-boston, by Riudolphi 
Osterley [of Austria] ; pf. 2416 

© Dec. 12, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923 ; 
E 556007; Schott & co., London. 

Love's homing ; words by Elvira Bush 
Smith, music by F. S. Converse tof 
U. S.i ; high voice. Boston, Mass., 
New England conservatory of music. 

2417 
© Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 1; E 
555711; F. S. Converse, Westwood, 
Alass. 

Love's insanity; fox trot comedy, words 
by C. C. Wood, music by Len Fleming 
[of U. S.] 2418 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553885; Christopher C. Wood, At- 
lanta. 

Love's old sweet song; arr. by M, 
Knaffl [of U. S.i [Photostat] 2419 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 560017; 
Marghee Knaffl, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Lovey dovE; fox trot, from The rose of 

Stamboul, by Romberg, played by the 

. Original piano trio [of U. S.] ; in E 



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2436 



flat. (Ampico. word roll, no. 202611- 
F) [Music roll] 2420 

© June 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923 ; 
E 560127 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Loving as we do; fox trot, by Arthur 
Conrad [of Great Britain] ; orch., with 
words. 4to. (Chappell & co.'s orches- 
tral journal, no. 901 ; Chappell & co.'s 
salon orchestral journal, no. 195) 2421 
© Jan. 20, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 31; E 
556082; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
(Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Loving thee Ever ; words and music by 

P. Williams [of U. S.i 2422 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 

555762; Peter Williams, Alameda, 

Calif. 

Low (The) down beues; words and 
melody by Lou Davis, Phil Ohman and 
Tommy Gott tof U. S.i, arr. bv P. 
Ohman. 2423 

(pic. Jan. 23, 1923 ; E 555437 ; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 

Luleaby song ; words by Thomas Curtis 
Clark, music by H. R. Thatcher tof 
U. S'.] Baltimore, Md., G. Fred Kranz 
music co. 2424 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 24; E 
560303; Howard R. Thatcher, Balti- 
more. 

Lyon (James) Four preludes; octave 

studies, by J. Lyon rof Great Britaini 

Op. 75 ; piano. 2425 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 10; E 

556332 ; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London. 

Macanas; tango, by Camille de Rhynal 
[of Great Britain] ; orch., with piano 
conductor. 4to. 2426 

© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
E 551639; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

McKineEy's own ; march by K. L. King 

[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. Cincinnati, O., 

Fillmore' music house. 2427 

© Feb. 7, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

555966; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

MacMurray (Frederick) Four mel- 
odies for violin alone; in double stops 
and in first and third positions, by F. 
MacMurray [of U. S.] Group 1. Con- 
tents : Boat song, op. 26 [and] Cradle 
song, op. 25; by F. MacMurray. — My 



old Kentucky home ; by Foster [and] 
Alice where art thou ; by Ascher : 
transcribed by F. MacMurray. 2428 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
558135 ; Frederick MacMurray, San 
Francisco. 

Madame d'Ora; valse, par H. Smidt- 
Gregor [of Germany] ; piano. 2429 

© Nov. 25, 1920 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923 ; 
E 556151 ; Carl Gehrmans musik for- 
lag, Stockholm, Sweden. 

Made in U. S. A. ; medley, arr. by M. J. 
Saxon [of Jugo-Slavia, domiciled at 
St. Louis, Mo.] ; instrumental. Con- 
tents : 1. Yankee Doodle march. — 

2. Turkey in the straw barn dance. — 

3. The Arkansas traveler jig. 2430 
© Dec. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1923; 

E 560129; Michael John Saxon, St. 
Louis. 

Magdouchka-czardas ; tire de l'operette 
La Pierre de lune, musique de C. Kuf- 
ferath, arr. par Aug. Zurfluh rot 
France] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. 2431 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551842; A. Zurfluh, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Mah jongg ; words and melody by E. A. 
Sirmyer rof U. S.] 2432 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; E 553971; 
Edgar A. Sirmyer, San Francisco. 

Mai piu; versi di Franco Carginale, mu- 
sica di D.co Nob. Nardelli [of Italy : 
mand. acc.i Naples, Edizioni La 
sorgente. 4to. 2433 

© Oct. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923 ; 
E 556113; Italian book co., New York. 

Maid of the mountains; lyrics and 

music by G. Wells and Rinaldo Bag- 

gott tof U. S'.j, arr. by G. Wells. 2434 

© Mav 6, 1922; 2 c. Mav 15; E 

553629; Glenn Wells, Seattle.' 

MalkE (A) OP pEisach ; words and 
melody by L. Gilrod rof U. S.] 



2435 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1923; E 555439; 
Louis Gilrod, Brooklyn. 

Mameniu ; folk song, words and mel- 
ody by A. King rof U. S.i 2436 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560275; 
Adolph King, New York. 



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pt. 



18 



Mammy dear; words and music by R. C. 
Burch and Earl M. Cook [of U. S.i 
Detroit, Mich., Rivola music co. 2437 



© Jan. 6, 1923; 



Tan. 27: E 



553902; Ralph C. Burch, Detroit. 

Mammy's boy; words by J. A. Bolander, 
melodv by Robt. H. Brennen rof U. S.i 

2438 

§lc. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555816; J. A. 
Bolander, Pittsburgh. 

Mammy's little coox : words by C. S. 
Williams, music by C. B. Leonard iof 
U. Sj 2439 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923; E 553927; 
Charles S. Williams and Clarence B. 
Leonard, Watcrvliet, N. Y. 

Max tx THE moox ; from Caroline, 
words by Harry B. Smith iof U. S.i, 
music by Eduard Kiinneke. 2440 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10: E 
558012; Harms, inc., New York, 
i Copyright is claimed on revised lyrics i 

Mandoeinista Rossi; di Ferdinando 

Albano [of Italy] ; mand. Ed. E. 

Rossi. 4to. -441 

© Sept. 30. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; 

E 556061 ; Ernesto Rossi, New York. 

Mandulinata sincera; versi di Raf- 
faele Chiurazzi, musica di A'. Di Chiara 
iof Italv; mand. acc.i Piedigrotta 

1922. Naples, Nuova italia musicale. 
4to. 2442 

© Sept. 7. 1922; 1 c. Nov. 27: E 
551025; Italian book co., New York. 

Mandy MINE; coon song, words and 

melody by C. E. Hegstrom tof Sweden, 

domiciled at Chicago, 111.] 2443 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923: E 558084; 

Conrad Eric Hegstrom, Chicago. 

M \xvaxa (To-morrow) : words and 

melody bv M. H. R. Cook t of U. S.i 

4 2444 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923:.. E 555636; 

Mary Hungerford Robinson Cook, 

McMinnville, Tenn. 

March aeong; words and music by E. 
M. Bartlett iof U. S.i 2445 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558031 : Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Hart- 
ford, Ark/ 

March Ctco; bv H. L. Booth iof U. S.i ; 
band. 4to. 2446 

:. Feb. 12; E 



© Feb. 12, 1923; 
555972; Fred lewell, Oskaloosa, la. 



March of the golden dolls; words and 

music bv Bettv Boutelle [i. e. E. T. 

Boutelle; of U. S.] 2447 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555790; 

Elizabeth Thorn Boutelle, New York. 

March oe the walkixg dolls; by 

George L. Cobb iof U. S.i ; pi. 2448 

© Dec. 13, 1922; 2 c. Feb.' 5, 1923; 

E 555775; Walter Jacobs, inc., Boston. 

March of the young gallants; by 
John J. Thomas iof England] ; piano. 

2449 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555665 ; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

Marche des joyeux. See Fontaine 
(Leon J.) Six esquisses. 

Marche grotesque; by Norman Tellier 

tof England] op. 22; pf. 2450 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555668; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

Marche mieiTairE. See Schubert 
(Franz Peter) 

Marguerite; by L. A. Cane rof Great 

Britain]; piano. (In Flower suite, 

no. 1) 2451 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 

556090; Collard Moutrie, London. 

Marie Rose; words and music by Gale 
Adams tof U. S.i 2452 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560163; 
Aime Napoleon Fregeau, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Mariona; by C. D. Bauer [of U. S.i: 
piano. 2453 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553878; C. De Forest Bauer, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

Maritza ; entr'acte, by Daniel Wood 

tof Englandi ; reed and brass band. 

4to. 2454 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 

556068 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

MaroutseTTE ; von Erik Meyer-Helmnnd 

[of Germany! ; piano. 2455 

© May 1, 1922; 1 c. May 11; E 

551829; A. Cranz, Brussels, Belgium. 

Mary, dear, some day we will meet 
again ; fox trot, by De Costa and 
Jerome, played by George Dilworth rof 
U. S.i ; in B flat. ( Ampico, word roll, 
no. 202851-F) [Music roll] 2456 

© Aug. 20. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16. 1923; 
E 560090; American piano co., New 

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2473 



York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Mary Miles, I am dreaming oe you; 

fox trot song, words and music by 

A. K. Kekoa [of U. Sj 2457 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 20; E 

553567; Albert K. Kekoa, Honolulu. 

Mary Virginia ; words and melodv bv 
W. A. Moloney [of U. S.] 2458 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555781; 
Walter A. Moloney, Altoona, Pa. 

Mass in honor oe St. Phieip Neri ; 
music by Alfred J. Silver rof Eng- 
land] ; mixed voices, with organ ace. 
(Fischer edition, series seven, no. 5199) 
4to. 2459 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560236; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Massachusetts, the banner state; 
words and music by A. E. Foote rof 
U. S.] Watervliet, N. Y., Foote music 
co. 2460 

© Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26: E 
560304; Albert E. Foote, Watervliet, 
N. Y. 

Massenet (Jules EmieE Frederic) Je 
mourrai plus que toi ; poesie de Paul 
Verlaine, musique de J. Massenet rof 
France] 2461 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551615; Heugel, Paris. 

Meditation; from Thais, by Masse- 
net, arr. and played by Alexander 
MacFadyen rof U. S.i (Ampico, red 
label, no. 61043-G) [Music roll] 2462 
© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560082 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Matin sur la mer Egee. See Amphi- 
trite errante. 

Matthay (Tobias) Toccata; no. 2. 
moto perpetuo, by T. Matthay [of 
Great Britaim op. 34; piano, in F. 

2463 
© Jan. 9. 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26: E 
551999; Anglo-French music co., ltd., 
London. 

Max has gone away to the Adiron- 

dax ; words and music bv H. W. Kahn 

lof U. S.i ; violin ace. 2464 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560165; 

Harry W. Kahn, New York. 

Maxie Jones, king of the saxiE- 
fiionEs; words bv Grant Clarke and 



Edgar Leslie, music by Pete Wendling 
rof U. S.i, wih special cho. for saxo- 
phone. 2465 
© Feb. 26, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560352; Stark & Cowan, inc., New 
York. 

May day morn ; two part song, lyric by 
Harold Huffman, music by J. H. Gar- 
ster i of U. S.i : treble voices. Dayton, 
O., Garster pub. co. 2466 

© Feb. 12. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555976; J. H. Garster, Dayton. O. 

May morning; song by P. A. Yon 
Hagen, ed. and augmented by Harold 
Vincent Milligan lof U. S.] (In Pio- 
neer American composers, v. 2) 1. 
Sop. or ten. — 2. Mezzo-sop. or bar. 

2467 
© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 26; 
E 555455 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

May pot.e march; by George S. Schuler 
tof U. S.i ; pf. 2468 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555872; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

May song; by Alfred J. Thompson rof 

England] op. 12, no. 1 ; pf. 2469 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555674; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

May the rose of my heart never die; 
waltz ballad, words by George Beeler| 
melody by F. L. Fisher and Tack Davis 
rof U. S.i, arr. by F. L. Fisher. 2470 
© 1 c. Feb. 8. 1923; E 555828; 
Frank L. Fisher-, Comstock, N. Y. 

Maybe someone is kissing your 
SWEETIE to-night; lyric by Virginia 
Buquo and Vaughn De Leath i pseud. 
of Leonore Von der Lielh], music by 
A . De Leath rof U. S.i 2471 

© Jan. 4'. 1923.; 2 c. Tan. 25; E 
553912; F. B. Haviland pub. co.. New 
York. 

Mayer (Max) Five old Chinese lyrics; 
English words by L. Cranmer-Byng 
and H. A. Giles, music by M. Mayer 
lof Great Britain] op. 22. Contents: 
1. Tears. — 2. Concentration. — 3. Im- 
pressions of a traveller.— 4. The lost 
one. — 5. Insouciance. 2472 

© Dec. 7, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; 
E 556005 ; Schott & co., London. 

aIazel; words and melody by M. Lei- 
bowitz rof U. S.i 2473 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923 ; E 553932 ; Max 
Leibowitz, New York. 



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24/4 



it. tit. n. s., v. 18 



Meadow song. See Meadowland and 
mountain. 

Meadowland and mountain ; pastorals, 
by Ernest Austin [of England] op. 71, 
nos. 1-4; pf. Contents: 1. With cow- 
slips and primroses. — 2. The wind 
a m o n g the daffodils. — 3. Meadow 
song. — 4. Mountain music. 2474 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
556185 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Mechante! valse-hesitation, par Al- 
fredo Barbirolli [of Italy] ; piano. 

2475 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 9, 1923; 
E 551587; Philippo, Paris. 

Meditation ; by Alexandre Glazounow, 
op. 32, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. 2476 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555625; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement) 

by Maurice Baron lof Francei ; 

piano.. 2477 

© Jan. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
555939 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

■ See also Massenet (Jules Emile 

Frederic) 

Meditation upon Toplady ; Rock of 
ages, bv Geo. A. Burdett rof U. S.i ; 
organ. " 2478 

© Jan. 26, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555462; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Meet all your troubles with an Al. 
Smith smile ; words bv Jack Sherry, 
melody by Paul J. Nagle tof U. S.i 

2479 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558086; 
Gladys H. Davey, Detroit. 

Mein heimattal; worte von Hans 
Eschelbach, musik von P. Engels- 
kirchen tof U. S.i ; maennerchoer. 
New York, Luckhardt & Belder. 4to. 

2480 

© Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560300; Paul Engelskirchen, New 
York. 

Mein vEibs shigoon ; words by Morris 

Rund, melody by Stamuel] Weisser tof 

U. S.i 2481 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923; E 553934; M. 

Rund and S. Weisser, New York. 



Melancholy ; fox , trot, by Lou Gold 
Epseud. of L. Goldwasser, of U. S.i ; 
instrumental. 2482 



© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 555440; 
Louis Goldwasser, New York. 

MElancoliE ; by William Strasser [of 
Czecho-Slovakia, domiciled at New 
Yorki ; violoncello and pf. (Mood pic- 
tures) 2483 
©Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
553952 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Melancolie musicals; mosaique de 
J. Rico tof Italy] ; orch. avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. 2484 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
551846; Joseph Rico, Courbevoie, 
France. 

Melodie elegiaque; par Jean Sibelius 
rof Finland] op. 98 1 ', ed. and rev. bv 
Julia A. Burt tof U. S.] I piano. (Wil- 
helm Hansen edition, no. 2267 : Suite 
champetre, no. 2) 2485 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
E 551650; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vising and editing! 

See also Suite champetre. 

Melodious piano duets; teacher and 
pupil, by M. E. Marshall iof England]; 
piano, bk. 1, group 1-4. (Bosworth 
edition no. 1049) 2486 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; 
E 551983; Bosworth & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Melodische ETUdEn; von Stephen Hel- 
ler; piano. (Neue instruktive ausgabe 
von Theodore Wiehmayer iof Ger- 
many] no. 31, 32) bd. 1, op. 47. 
25 etiiden zur entwicklung des gefiihls 
fiir rhythmus. — bd. 2, op. 46. . 30 
etiiden, in steigender schwierigkeit. 

2487, 2488 

© Dec. 5, 1919; 1 c. each Feb. 9, 

1923; E 556208, 556209; Heinrichs- 

hofen's verlag, Magdeburg, Germany. 

Memorial day ; chorus, words by Joyce 
Kilmer, music by Frank Patterson tof 
U. S.i, arr. by E. J. Biedermann ; male 
voices. 4to. 2489 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553786; Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, 
inc., New York. 

Memories ; by Richard Czerwonky [of • 
U. S.i; violin and pf. (Sheet music 
edition, B 1796) 2490 

© Nov. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555579; Carl Fischer, New York. 

words by E. Hoagland, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.i, arr. by 
Theo. G. Beach [0 f U. S.] 2491 



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2509 



© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553837; 
Ethelyn Hoagland, Los Angeles. 

Memories I can't forget; words by 
E. H. Meine, melody by C. M. Prieste 
and E. H. Meine [of U. S.i, arr. by 
C. M. Prieste. 2492 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555784; 
Charles Mark Prieste and Emil Her- 
man Meine, Los Angeles. 

Memory; words by L. Kunkle, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. tof U. S-], arr. by 

Theo. G. Beach tof U. S.i 2493 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923 ;. E 553614; 

Lefa Kunkle, Kunkle, O. 

Memory (A) ; words by William Fisher, 
music by Winifred Ceci tof England] ; 
in F. 2494 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 5; E 
556335; Joseph Henry Larway, Lon- 
don. 

Memory isle; waltz; words by Gus 
Kahn, music bv Abe Olman [of U. S.i 

2495 

© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
560331 ; .Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Memphis bound; words by W. Ben- 
bow, music by W. Benbow and D. A. 
Dawley [of U. S.i, arr. by Don A. 
Dawley. 2496 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; E 560360; 
William Benbow, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mem'ries oe home sweet home; words 
by E. R. Henry, music by Ray Hib- 
beler [of U. S.i, arr. by E. R. Henry 
[of U. S.i 2497 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923; E 553931; 
Elmer Ray Henry, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Menb-elssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud t 
"wig Felix) Capriccio brillante; by 
Mendelssohn, op. 22, played by Olga 
Steeb tof U. S.i ; in B minor. (Am- 
pico, red label, no. 60993-K) [Music 
roll] 2498 

© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560125 ; American piano co., New 

' York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

■ Wedding march. See La Fontaine's 

(Prof.) ukulele solo. 

MenuET; a la Mozart by A. Korest- 
chenko, op. 22, no. 5, arr. by Chas. J. 
Roberts [of U.S.] ; full orch. 2499 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E' 
555627; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



de J. Mouret, realisation de la basse 

chiffree par Georges Dandelot [Oi 
France], partie de violon revue et an- 
notee par Louis Wins; violon et piano. 
(Oeuvres anciennes, nos. 4, 5) 1. En 
sol minenr. — 2. En la majeur. 

2500, 2501 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. each Jan. 9, 
1923; E 551592, 551593; Max Eschig, 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
monization and collection] 

See also Bizet (Georges) 

Menuetto. See Danza. 

Meow-Maria; fox-trot, words by Percy 

Edgar, music by Mark Strong [of 

Great Britain] 2502 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 

556220; Cecil Lennox & co., London. 

Merchant's (The) song. See Tre- 
harne (Bryceson) Five Oriental songs. 



See Childhood's happy 



Merry games. 
days. 

Merry voices ; 4th concert polka, by 
A. W. Lansing [of U. S.i 1. Piano 
solo. — 2. Piano, 4 hands. (Concert 
polkas) 2503, 2504 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 13; 
E 560005, 560006; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Mes etoilES; chanson-serenade, par R. 
Drigo [of Italv] 1. Orch. avec piano 
ace. 4to.— 2. Piano. 2505,2506 

© Nov. 23, 1921, Sept. 8, 1922 ; 1 c. 
each Feb. 2, 1923; E 556147, 556149; 
Carl Gehrmans musikforlag, Stock- 
holm, Sweden. 

Methode complete d'harmonium ; par 
une reunion de professeurs, instruc- 
tions et musique par Goudy Vincent 
de Paul tof France] l er v. 2507 

© Nov. 21, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 1; E 
550603; Procure Generate des freres, 
Paris. 

Metodo completo teorico pratico per 
LO studio della musica; facile, gradu- 
ato, progressivo, di R. Dimuro rof 
U. S.] 6th ed. [Italiano-inglese] 2508 
© Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
17; A 695561 ; # Raff aele Dimuro, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
matter] 

Mi querida! schotis espafiol-fox trot; 
por Albert Loesser [of Germany]; 
piano. 2509 



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pt 



18 



Mi ouerida — Continued. 

© Nov. 29, 1921 ; 1 c.Sept. 5, 1922; 
E 551630; Philharmonischer verlag, 
Berlin. 

Michael McManus, esq. ; words and 
music by N. Mclaughlin [of U. S.i 

2510 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 560312; 
Neil McLaughlin, Bayonne, N. J. 

Midinettes Eox-trot; par Ed. Gareri, 
arr. par M. Gracey tof France i ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. 2511 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551845; Smyth, Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 

Midsummer night beues ; words and 
music by Joe Burke and Lou Herscher 
[of U. S.i 2512 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560198; A. J. Stasny music co., inc., 
New York. 

Mignonette; by Granville English rof 

U. S.] op. 22, no. 3; piano. (Sheet 

music edition, P. 1193) 2513 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Tan. 29, 1923; 

E 555568; Carl Fischer, New York. 

sonatina, by Charles Arthur iof 

U. S.] op. 115, no. 1 ; pf., in C. (Sheet 
music edition, P. 1160) 2514 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29. 1923; 
E 555584; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Mikado (The) ; novelty fox trot, with 
apologies to Arthur S. Sullivan, arr. 
and adapted by J. B. Lampe [of U. S.] ; 
piano ace. 2515 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553823; 
J. Bodewalt Lampe, New York. 

Mieitary escort; march, by Harold Ben- 
nett rof U. S.] ; band. 4to. Cincin- 
nati, O., Fillmore music house. 2516 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555502; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Mtllikin loyalty ; words and music by 

W. B. Olds tof U. Sj 2517 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 

553904; Millikin glee club, Decatur, 

111. 

Miniature waltz; by A. B. Keene rof 

U. S.] ; 2 pianos, 8 hands. (Ensemble 

arr. by Edmund Parlow) 2518 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

553921 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

Minneapolis ; words by G. G. Palmer, 
music by G. G. Palmer and Alvnne 
Ardenn. 2519 



© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553802; 
Glen Gilbert Palmer, Minneapolis. 

Minsmer (J.) Nocturne; par J. Mins- 
mer [of France] ; piano. 2520 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551582; E. Demets, Paris. 

Minuet in G minor. See Handel (Georg 
Friedrich) 3 lessons. 

Mir tzihen mir beondzEN (We're striv- 
ing and groping in darkness) ; text 
from L. Joffe, music by Savel Zilberts 
tof U. S.i (3 art songs, no. 1) 2521 
© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 28; E 
560349; Jos. P. Katz, New York. 

Miss Blue Eves; caprice, by Arthur 
Bergh iof U. S.i ; piano. 2522 

_© Jan. 26. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
555941 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Mjssa in honorem sancti Francis^] 
Assisiensis; auctore Remigio Renzi 
rof Italy i ; a duas voces aequales voci- 
bus acutioribus ad lib. adjunctis, organo 
comitante. 4to. 2523 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555737 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

MlSTER JOE; march-one step and two 
step, by Harold Bennett iof U. S.i ; 
band. Cincinnati, O., Fillmore music 
houses 4to« 2524 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555503 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Mr. President will be a female man; 

words by P. Swayne, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington iof U. S.i 2525 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555924; 

Pemelia Swayne, Clinton, Ind. 

Mists and mellow euuiteulness. See 
Times and seasons. 

Misty moon; words and music by John 
Loftus rof U. S.i 2526 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
553903 ; Eliza Doyle Smith, Chicago. 

A 1 ODER x ( A ) Santa-Ceaus ; two-part 
song, words by May Westoby, music 
by T. Keighley iof Great Britain i ; uni- 
son song. 4to. (York series, no. 826) 

2527 

© Jan. 15. 1923; 1 c. Jan. 17; E 

551820; Banks & son, York, England 

MogijE REGINA ; versi di Ernesto Tornas- 
sini, musica di E. A. Mario tof Italy; 
mand. acc.r Naples, E. A. Mario. 4to. 
( Piedigrotta, 1922) 2528 

© Oct. 20. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 
E 556158; Italian book co., New York. 



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2546 



MomE (La) tango; English lyric by 

Dorothy Terriss. music by.Emile Do- 

loire ;of Francei 2529 

© Jan.. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E 

555429; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Moment musicae. See Schubert (Franz 
Peter) 

Mon pAradis ; serenade d'aujourd-hui, 

by Cuthbert Clarke [of Great Britain i ; 

piano. 2530 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 

556016; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Moods and melodies; seven easy pieces, 

by Ernest Austin lot" England] op. 72, 

nos. 1-7 ; pf. 2531 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 

556184; Elkin & co.. ltd., London. 

Moon bow ; words and music by R. C. 
Sheffield and Barbara Isis Sheffield 

-of U. S.i 2532 

© 1 c. Feb. 2. 1923 ; E 555842 ; Reria 
Gary Sheffield, New York. 

Moon glow; words by Harold Christy, 
melody by O. Motzan lof U. S.i 2533 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923; E 560266, 
Otto Motzan, New York. 

Moon (The) hymn; chorus, poem by 
Beatrice Irwin, music by Axel Raoul 
Wachtmeister lot Sweden] ; m i x e d 
voices. 4to. 2534 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
558007 ; John Church co., Cincinnati. 

Moon madness; words and music by 
F. L. Paterson and R. N. Dickey rof 
U. S.i. arr. by R. N. Dickey. [Blue 
print] 2535 

• © 1 c. Feb. 21. 1923; E 560270; 
Frank L. Patterson and Roy N. 
Dickey, Seattle. 

Moon of the springtime; two-part song, 
words and music by A. L. Woodcock 
rof U. S.i ; women's voices. 4to. 2536 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7: E 
555858; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Moon rivhk; waltz, by David, played by 
Harry Shipman [of U. S.i, assisted by 
Fred A. Schmitz toi U. S.s ; in E flat. 
( Ampico. word roll, no. 20259 1-F) 
(Music roll] 2537 

^ © June 20. 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923 ; 
E 560099 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 



Moon why don't you tell ? words by 
F. Dietrich, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
lot" U. S.. arr. by Theo. G. Beach, of 
U. S.i 2538 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553841 ; 
Frances Die'.rich, St. Louis. 

Moonbeam fairies; by Wm. H. Pot- 
stock [of U. S.i op._ 16, no. 1 ; pf. 
(Sheet music edition, P 1170: Musical 
zephy rs ) 2539 

©Oct. 30, 1922; 2 c. Tan. 29, 1923; 
E 555618; Carl Fischer. New York, 
i Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Morning; words and music by C. A. 

Love iof U. S.i, arr. bv W. T. Goodell 

i of U. S.i 4to. 2540 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 

560339; Chas. A. Love. Aurora. 111. 

Morning (The) glory; waltz, words 
and music by C. W. Krogmann iof 
L T . S.j op. 143, no. 1. (Tuneful rhymes 
from wonderland, no. 1 ) 2541 

©Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 553560; Willis music co.. Cincinnati. 

Morning (A) madrigal; two-part song, 
from Concone's solfeggi, words by 
R. R. Hall, music arr. by C. Lloyd 
Stafford iof Great Britaini ; two treble 
voices. 4to. (Collegiate choir, no. 
367) 2542 

^ ©Jan. 10, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
551979; Bayley & Ferguson, Glasgow. 

Morning (A) song ; valsette, by Ernst 
C. Krohn iof U. S.i op. 12, no. 1 ; 
piano. (From a tov house, no. 1 ) 

2543 

© Feb. 3, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

555817; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Moss covered shack in Kildar*e ; words 

and melody bv Frankie Hall O'Brien 

rof U. S.i " 2544 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 560042; 

Wm. J. O'Brien, Mittineague, Mass. 

Most (The) simple mass in Gregor- 
ian chant; Vatican version, prepared 
in modern notation and harmonized by 
the Benedictine Fathers tof U. S.i 
(Fischer edition, no. 5148) 4to. 2545 
© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560235; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
i Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion i 

Mother come back to me; words and 
melody by F. Farlow iof U. S.i 2546 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553825; 
Frank Farlow, Newark, N.. J. 



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2547 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Mother Judson, alma mater; Avords 

and music by E. L. Powers [of U. S.i 

4to. 2547 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27 '; E 

555490 ; Judson college, Marion, Ala. 

Mother, where' s the jam ? words and 
music by Harry C. Eldridge Lof U. S.i 

2548 
_© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 30; E 

. 555715 ; Eldridge entertainment house, 
Franklin, O. 

Mothers (The) who never forget; 
words by John Bond, music by H. 
Lytton Norman rof Englandi 2549 

~© Dec. 20, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; 
E 556339; Midland music pub. co., 
Derbyshire, England. 

Mountain music. See Meadowland 
and mountain. 

Mouret (J.) Rondeau: de J. Mouret, 
realisation de la basse chiffree par 
Georges Dandelot [of France], partie 
de violon revue et annotee par Louis 
Wins; violon et piano en mi. (Oeuvres 
anciennes, no. 6) 2550 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551591; Max Eschig, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on harmonization and 
collection) 

MunachEdda ; versi di Antonino Cri- 
vello, musica di P. Ballatore iof Italy, 
domiciled at Brooklyn, N. Y.] Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., Antonino Centonze. 2551 
© Oct. 30, 1922; 2 c. Oct. 30; E 
553984; Pietro Ballatore, Brooklyn. 

MusETTE; Ivric by Mort Moore, melody 
by N. Moret tof U. S.i 2552 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; E 553950; 
Neil Moret's studio, San Francisco. 

Music box ; by Rudolf Friml, arr. by 
Adolf Schmid tof England, domiciled 
at New York] ; orch. with pf. conduc- 

, tor. (Galaxy, no. 223 a ) 2553 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

553556 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Music eor Rebekah lodge ceremonials ; 
words and music composed and com- 
piled by V. H. Lynch tof U. Sj 2554 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553877; Viola Hopkins Lynch, Chi- 
cago. 

Music, when soft voices die ; words 
by Shelley, music by Maurice Besly 
iof Great Britain] op. 21, no. 1 ; in F. 

2555 



© Dec. 7, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923 ; 
E 551948; Boosey & co., London. 

Musical (A) jig-saw; kaleidoscope of 
melodies, selected and arr. by A. Wil- 
liam Aston rof Englandi ; piano. 2556 
© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 31; E 
556060; Bosworth & co., ltd.,. London. 

Musical melodies ; words by G. S- 
Smith, music by Ida B. Kay iof Can- 
ada] 4to. Contents : At the end of 
the trail.— Tell it to Jesus. 2557 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553897 ; Gypsy Simon Smith, London, 
Canada. 

MusiCanada : revue, par divers auteurs. 
Numero de Noel, 1922, l &re annee, no. 
2. pf . Contents : Sous-bois ; de Jo- 
seph Henry Dorion. — Sandwich ; de 
Emiliano Renaud. — Votre sourire ; de 
Albert Cadieux. — Papillons ; de Bazile 
Lemieux. — Oricntale ; de E. Renaud. 

2558 
© Dec. 16, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 16; 
A — Foreign 21403; MusiCanada. inc., 
Montreal, Canada. 

Mutual ; march, by Harold Bennett iof 

U. S.] ; band. Cincinnati, O., Fillmore 

music house. 4to. 2559 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555498 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

My alltymE girl ; waltz, words by Nor- 
man Coombs, music by Austin Hunt- 
ley tof U. S.] 2560 
© Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
555878 ; De Luxe music co., New York. 

My anchor's cast within the veil; 
words and music by T. Jones [of Eng- 
land] . (In Gospel songs, series nos. 
9 & 10) 2561 

© Sept. 4, 1922; 1 c. Sept. 11 ; E 
556123; Tom Jones, Filey, England. 

My beautiful dreams ; words and music 

by M. Moran tof U. S.] Vincennes, 

Ind., Moran music pub. co. 2562 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 

553890; Maud Moran, Vincennes, Ind. 

My Bohemia; words and music by S. D. 

Taylor tof U. S.] 2563 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 

560137; Stella Dennis Taylor, inc., 

Eos Angeles. 

My Colorado Rose; words and arr. by 

Btarnett] Wyllie, music by L. J. Fink 

iof U. S.] 2564 

© Apr. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1923; 

■ E 555480; Lucas J. Fink, Union, Mo. 



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2583 



My crinoline girl ; fox trot, from Elsie, 
words and music by Noble Sissle and 
Eubie Blake rof U. S.i 2565 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560257; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

My darling baby; words by B. Cianci- 

olo, music by E. S. S. Huntington tof 

U. S.i 2566 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560217; 

Bessie Cianciolo, Gallatin, Tenn. 

My day; words by Ralph C. Everett, 
music by B. I. Meek t of U. S.i 2567 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1923; E 560071; 
Birdie Irene Meek, Topeka, Kans. 

My Dixie Allah Lee; words and music 
by Sadie Leonia Marshall tof U. S.i 

2568 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555909; 
Novonda Marshall, New York. 

My Dixie queen; words by M. Brooks, 
music by Everett J. Evans [of U. S.] 
Invincible ed. New York, Invincible 
music co., inc. 2569 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553944; Minnie Brooks, Linton, Ind. 

My Dixie rose; fox trot, words by I. D. 

Craig, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] 2570 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560214; 

Ivan D. Craig, Louann, Ark. 

My dreams oe happiness with you ; 
words by W. Bromm, jr., music by 
Geo. Graff, jr. tof U. S.], arr. by Theo. 
G. Beach [of U. S.] 2571 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558077; 
Wm. Bromm, jr., New York. 

My EAith in Thee; words by Bide 
Dudley, music by W. Wesley Wells 
rof U. S.i, rev. and arr. bv Geoffrev 
O'Hara tof U. S.] ; in D flat. 2572 
© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555761 ; J. W. Jenkins sons music co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

My first lessons in music; instruc- 
tion book for beginners, by Sr. Mary 
Helena r.of U. S.] ; piano, obi. 8vo. 
(Schirmer's scholastic series, v. 135, 
136) bk. 1. pt. 1. At my piano, pt. 2. 
At my desk. — bk. 2. As we do it. 

2573, 2574 
© Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 3; 

• E 555731, 555732; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 



My Georgiana home; words and music 

by B. Blount [of U/S.], arr. by Mathew 

Albert Howard [of U. S.i " 2575 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923; E 560271; 

Bertram Blount, Portland, Or. 

My Hawaiian belle; words by W. H. 

Carter, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] 2576 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560231; 

Wade H. Carter, Bergholz, O. 

My heart is paging yours ; duet, from 
The naughty Diana, words by Cyrus 
Wood, music by Will Ortmann tof 
U. S.i 2577 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 
555657; Harms, inc., New York. 

My honey's lovin' arms ; fox trot, by 
Meyer, played by George Dilworth 
Lof U. S.] ; in F. (Ampico, word roll, 
no. 202751-F) [Music roll] 2578 

© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 19231 
E 560119; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation]. 

My land oe golden dreams; words by 

Mrs. G. N. Caldwell, music by Rav 

Hibbeler [0 f U. S.] 2579 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555928; 

Mrs. G. N. Caldwell, Smackover, Ark. 

My little Irish rose; concert song 
rapsody, romance, lyric by Anna M. 
Van Eman, poetic pastoral denoue- 
ment and music by F. S. Miller [of 
U. S'.] Contents: In Arcady. — Pas- 
toral.— Postlude. 2580 
© Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
553863; Fred Sherman Miller, New- 
ton, N. J. 

My little Yiddisher girl; words and 
music by Robert W. McLeod tof Great 
Britaini ; in C. .[Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notationsi ■ 2581 

© Jan. 26, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 
556088; B. Feldman & co., London. 

My love is worth more than all your 
gold ; ballad-fox-trot, words and music 
by H. Bell tof U. S.i [Photographed 
copy] 25S2 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558096; 
Harry Bell, Evansville, Ind. 

My mother's smile; words by E. G. 
Futrelle, music by Geo. Graff, jr. iof 
U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. Beach rof 
U. S.i 2583 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558073; 
Ethel Gray Futrelle, Griffin, Ga. 



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2584 



pt. I i [, 11. 8., V. 18 



My native; HEATH ; suite, by Arthur 
Wood lot" Great Britain! ; orch 
( Boosey's orchestral journal, no. 218) 
Contents: 1. Knaresbro' status. — 2. 
Ilkley tarn. — 3. Bolton abbey. — 4. Bar- 
rack green. 2584 
©Nov. 30. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 
E 551946; Boosey & co., London. 

My old Kentucky HOMEi. See Mac- 
Murray (Frederick) Four melodies 
for violin alone. 

My own; words and music by O. M. 

Jones lof U. S.i, arr. by Henri A. 

Keates and Lyn Udall lof U. S.i 2585 

© 1 c. Feb. 12. 1923; E 555988; 

Olive May Jones. Portland, Or. 

My pji.i.ow and ME; words and music by 
Tim Brymn, Chris Smith and Clarence 
Williams lof U. S.i 2586 

© Jan. 30. 1923; 1 c. Ian. 31; 1 c. 
Feb. 9; E 555963; Clarence Williams 
music pub. co.. inc., New York. 

My pipe and I; words by K. S. Brown, 

music bv Geo. Graff, jr. rof U. S.i, 

arr. by theo. G. Beach iof U. S.i 2587 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558078; 

Eleanor S. Brown, White Plains, N. Y. 

My prayer; words by Annie D. St. 
John, music by A. N. Cosner iof U. S.i 
8vo. [Photostat! 2588 

© Dec. 5, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1923; 
E 560144; Amscy Nelden Cosner, 
Newton, N. J. 

My radio girl; words and music by FI. 

Brushingham iof U. S.i 2589 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1923; E 560280; 

Hortense Brushingham, Alexandria, 

Ya. 

My SERENADE; waltz, words and music 

bv Harley Rosso and Harrv L. Alford 

rof U. S.i 2590 

© Ian. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 

553884; McClure music co, St. Paul. 

My shadow; words by Robert Louis 
Stevenson, music by W addington 
Cooke rof Great Britain]; 2 unison 
voices, in C. 4to. (Anglo-French 
unison and part songs, no. 1010) [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notationsi 2591 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 23; E 
551936; Anglo-French music co.. ltd., 
London. 

My starlight love ; words and arr. by 
Brarnetti Wyllie, music by L. J. Fink 



tof u. s. 



© Apr. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1923; 
E 555479; Lucas J. Fink, Union, Mo. 

My sugar max; words and music by 
Spencer WTiliams iof U. S.i 2593 

(pic: Feb. 26. 1923 ; E 560337 ; Leo 
Feist, inc.. New York. 

My sweet prairie ilower; words by 
William Breen, melody by (). A. 
Roeder iof U. S.i. arr. bv Anhur A. 
Darvo iof U. S.i 2594 

© 1 c. Jan. 29. 1923; E 555653: Otto 
A. Roeder, Rosebank, N. Y. 

My sweet Virginia; words by V. R. 
Merlino. music by F. S. S. Hunting- 
tun iof U. S.i 2595 
<g> 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560227; 
Virginia R. Merlino, Yonkers, N. Y. 

My tea s hop jx St. Omer; humorous 
polyglot song, written and composed 
by Jack Rickards iof Great Britain] ; 
in 1). i Staff and tonic scl-fa nota- 
tionsi 2596 
© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556039; Reynolds & co., London. 

My TEMPLE OE fa mi;; lyric and music by 

S. H. Fields iof U. S.i Washington, 

D. C, George E. Johnson. 2597 

© Feb. U. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

555 r >7S; S. Helen Fields, Washington. 

My wild Irish ROSE; by Olcott, played 
by Edgar Fairchild iof U. S.i ; in B 
flat. (Ampico, word roll, no. 733-F) 
i Music roll i 2598 

© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
F 560109; American piano co.. New 
York, i Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation! 

Na przEKur (For spite) ; mazur, by P. 
Feldhann iof U. S.i ; instrumental. 

2599 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; E 555891 ; Peter 
Feldhann, New York. 

Na zakonczexte (To the finish) : 
mazur, by P. Feldhann iof U. S-] ; in- 
strumental. 2600 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555892; 
Peter Feldhann, New York. 

NachtpromExade (Promenade noc- 
turne) ; von Erik Meyer-Helmund tof 
Germany i ; piano. 2601 

© May 1, 1922; 1 c. May 11; E 
551830; A. Granz, Brussels, Belgium. 

Nachtltche gondEI/Eahrt (En gondole 
la nnit) ; von Erik Meyer-Helmund [of 
Germany i ; piano. 2602 



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1923 



2621 



© May 1, 1922; 1 c. May 11; E 
551824; A. Cranz, Brussels, Belgium. 

Naiad (The) ; by William Baines lof 
England! ; piano. 2603 

© Jan. 19. 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
551967; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Naima ; fox trot, by Dorothy Forster iof 

Great Britain i ; pf. 2604 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 

556015; Chappell & co.. ltd., London. 

NapueE E mamma; versi di A. Bascetta 
c A. Giovannetti, musica di A. Bascetta 
iof Italvi ; mand. ace. 4to. 2605 



© Feb. 



1923: 



Feb. 14; E 



560038; A. Peronace & A. Bascetta, 
New York. 

Napule mio; canzonetta nostalgica. 
melodia, di Daniel Napolitano rof 
Italy, domiciled at Jersey City, N. J.i, 
arr." by Giro Valente iof U. S.j 2606 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; E 560049; 
Buff a bros., New York. 

Narcissus; by L. A. Cane iof Great 
Britain i ; piano. (/;; Flower suite, 
no. 3) 2607 

^ © Jan. IS, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
556092 ; Collard Moutrie, London. 

N a t i o n a t. Elk's march ; by C. G. 

Smythe iof U. S.i. arr. by Wm. D. 

Sabin iof U. S.i ; piano. 2608 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 555997; 

Carroll G. Smythe, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Na.zmi ; melodic orientale poeme de 
Pierre d'Amor, English poem by H. 
Grantham - Hayes, musiquc de D. 
Lcvidis iof France] op. 19. [Paroles 
francaisc et anglaisesi 2609 

© Dec. 14. 1922; 1 c. Tan. 9, 1923; 
E 551580; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 

Neath Eastern skies; words and' 
melody by Harry Reser and Eddie 
Davis iof U. S.i, arr. by E. Davis. 

2610 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923: E 55J435; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

'Neath the South Sea moon; fox trot, 
from the Ziegfeld follies of 1922, by 
Hirsch and Stamper, played by Her- 
bert Clair and George Dilworth rof 
U. S.i ; in G. (Ampico, word roll, 
no. 202701-F) [Music rolli 2611 

© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560088 ; American piano co., New 
York. rCopyrfght is claimed on inter- 
pretation! 



Neighbors; a character sketch with 

songs, words and music by J. Baxley 

iof U. S.] 2612 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; D 26413; 

Jack Baxley, Dallas. 

Nenuphars (Les) ; poesie de J. Barbey 

D'Aureviliy, musique de Th. Dubois [of 

France i 2613 

© Dec. 14. 1 ( )22; 1 c. Tan. 9, 1923; 

F 551616; Heugel, Paris. 

Never doubt just believe in four star; 
words by H. T. Broome, music by 
T. R. T. 'Haves ,i. e. Robert T. Hayes, 
of U. S.i 2614 

© 1 c. Feb. 16. 1923; E 560064; 
Harold Temple Broome, New York. 

Never leave her crying when you say 
good-dye ; words and arr. by Biarnetti 
Wvllie, music bv L. J. Fink iof U. S.i 

2615 

© Apr. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1923; 

E 555478; Lucas J. Fink, Union, Mo. 

NEVER say no to God; words by Lillian 
M. Weeks, music by Anita H. Gregson 
[of U. S.i, arr. bY C. Harold Lowden 
tof U. S.i 2616 

© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1923; 
E 560177; Heidelberg press, Philadel- 
phia. 

Newton's theory of music copy books; 
lw Ernest Newton iof Great Britain! 
bk. 2. 2617 

© Jan. 26, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 
556070; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Night oe love and stars; words by 

W. A., music by Louis Ganne rof Great 

Britain] 2618 

© Jan. 12, 1923: 1 c. Jan. 15; E 

556026 ; Cbappell & co., ltd., London. 

N i g it t - ri i) e r ( The) See Treharne 
(Bryceson) Five Oriental songs. 

Night song; by Chas. Edwin Williams 

iof L T . S.i ; violin and piano. (Sheet 

music edition, B 1813) 2619 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 

E 555564; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Night's candles ; by Richard Richards 
rof England] ; piano. (5 easy teach- 
ing pieces for piano, no. 4) 2620 
© Jan. 21, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556195; West's, ltd., London. 

No automobile; words by W. C. Pleas- 
ant, music by Valeria Gordon rof 
U. S.] 2621 

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2622 



pt. in, u. s., v. IS 



No automobile — Continued. 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1923; 
E 560185; W. Clyde Pleasant, Law- 
renceburg, Ky. 

No BIRD CAN IMITATE THE MOCKING-BIRD'S 

note; words by J. E. Galvan, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

2622 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555934; 
J. E. Galvan, Arverne, N. Y. 

No-man's-eand; words by Francis Clark, 
music by Evelyn Sharpe [of Great 
Britain] ; in B flat. 2623 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 7; E 
556206; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

No one but you ; words by W. H. Val- 
entine, music by Stanley J. Skudera 
tof U. S.i, arr. by Edward C. Zuna 
[of U. S.i 2624 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; E 553969; 
William H. Valentine, Little Ferry, 
N.J. 

No one eoves you any better than 
your M-A-DOUBLE-M-Y ; lyric by Bob 
Nelson, melody by Harry Link rof 
U. S.] 2625 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555631; Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 

Nobody knows; words by I. E. Price, 

melody by Herman A. Hummel tof 

U. S] 2626 

© 1 c Feb. 10, 1923; E 553973; Ira 

E. Price, Cleveland. 

Nobody knows but my pieeow and me ; 
words and music by Billy Hueston, 
Billy Frisch and Nat Vincent tof U. S.i 

2627 
© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553948; Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. 

Nobody lied when they said that I 
cried over you; fox trot, by Weber, 
played by Edgar Fairchild rof U. S.] ; 
in B flat. (Ampico, word roll, no. 
202741-F) [Music rolli 2628 

© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560087; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Nobody's sweetheart; words and mel- 
ody by Gus Kahn, E. Erdman and 
Elmer Schoebel tof U. S.i, arr. by 
Ernie Erdman [of U. S.] 2629 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 555487; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



Noee. See Baton (Rhene) Quatre chan- 
sons pour le jour de Noel. 

Noee des petits gamins. See Baton 
(Rhene) Quatre chansons pour le jour 
de Noel. 

Noee dolEnt; par Jean C. Vincent iof 

France] ; piano. 2630 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 

E 556224; J. C. Vincent, Lyon, France. 

NoERio; polka, by Frank Perrone rof 

U. S.], arr. by Ciro Valente [of U. S.i ; 

instrumental. 2631 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555910; 

Buffa bros., New York. 

Normae; march, by Harold Bennett iof 

U. S.i ; band. 4to. Cincinnati, O., 

Fillmore music house. 2632 

© Jan. 15, "1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555501 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Norma' s dream ; waltz, by Harold Ben- 
nett tof U. S.i ; band. Cincinnati, O., 
Fillmore music house. 4to. 2633 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29: E 
555506 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Norse dance; by Edmund Severn [of 

U. S.] ; violin and piano. ( Sheet mime 

edition, B. 1818) 2634 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555556; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Not a care in the wored have I ; words 
by F. E. Keim, music by Wendell P. 
Seybolt rof U. S.], arr. by F. E. Keim 
[of U. Sj 2635 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553767; 
F. Edward Keim, Glendale, New York. 

Not unto us O Lord; anthem, textfrom 
the Scriptures, music by William 
Baines [of U. S.i ; mixed voices. 4to. 

2636 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555855; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
dephia. 

Nothing easier; adventures of ten lit- 
tle fingers in Mother Goose land, by 
John M. Williams [of U. S.] ; piano, 
obi. 8vo. 2637 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
553559; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Nothing To do; words by Edward Free- 
man, melody by M. Isaacs [of U. S.i 

2638 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553575; 
• Martv Isaacs, New York. 



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no. 3, 1923 



2657 



NoustE-Damo; cantique bearnais, par 
Jacques Pillois rof France] ; 4 voix 
mixtes a capella. (Trois chants sacres, 
no. 1) 4to. 2639 

© Dec. 28. 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 : 
E 551849; A. Z: Mathot, Paris. 

NuiTS de Chine ; fox-trot oriental, pa- 
roles de E. Dumont, musique de F. L. 
Benech tof France] 2640 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556226; F. L. Benech, Paris. 

Nun (The) ; cantata, text by Uhland, 
English version by Martha Martin, 
music by Philip James tof U. S.] op. 
30 ; women's voices. 4to. 2641 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 16; E 
560055 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Nursery rhymes ; trio, words and music 
by Pearl G. Curran, arr. by Carl Deis 
rof U. S.] ; women's voices. (G. S. 
8vo. choruses, no. 7019) 2642 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555739; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

O angels bright; words by Felice, mu- 
sic by Geo. Graff, jr. rof U. S.i, arr. 
by Theo. G. Beach rof U. S.i 2643 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558070; 
Alice A. Flagg, Godfrey, 111. 

'O castigo ; lyric by P. L. Esposito, mel- 
ody by S. Giuttari rof Italy, domiciled 
at New York] ; violin. 2644 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558102; Sal- 
vatore Giuttari, New York. 

O Esc a vtatorum ; Latin motet, music by 
Jos. Deschermeier rof Germany] op. 
162, no. 3; mixed voices. (In Fischer 
edition: Cantiones variac, no. 3) 2645 
© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560239; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

'O fraxcese miezo fatto; versi di P. 
Cinquegrana, musica di E. A. Mario 
rof Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, E. A. 
Mario. 4to. (Piedigrotta 1922) 2646 
^ © Oct. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923 ; 
E 556160 ; Italian book co., New York. 

O georiosa Virginum ; Latin motet, mu- 
sic by Jos. Deschermeier rof Germany] 
op. 162, no. 7 ; double cho. of mixed 
voices. (In Fischer edition ; Cantiones 
variae, no. 7) 2647 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560243 • J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

~*0 guardaporta ; macchietta, versi di 
Giovanni Moleti, musica di Alberto 



Benincasa rof Italy ; mand. ace.] Na- 
ples, Edizioni La sorgente. 4to. 2648 

© Oct. 20. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2. 1923; 
E 556106; Italian book co., New York. 

O GwiazdEczko; song, by W. Pol rof 

U. S.i rand] Pies'n filaretow ; song bv 

A. E. Odyniec rof U. S.] 2649 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 553859 ; Jos. Krygier, Philadelphia. 

O let my dream come TRUE; words and 
music by A. J. Hurley rof England!, 
arr. bv William Hewitt Penn rof U. S.i 

2650 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 560051; 
Alexander John Hurley, Toronto, Can- 
ada. 

O Master, let me walk with Thee; 
words by W. Gladden, music by Edu- 
ardo Marzo rof U. S.) 1. Low voice.— 
2. High voice. 2651,2652 

© Feb. 8. 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 13: 
E 560008, 560009; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

O. mother o' mountaineers! lyric by 
P. I. Reed, music bv Angeline M. 
Douner rof U. S.i 2653 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 
555948 ; West Virginia university, Y. 
M. C. A., Morgantown, W. Va. • 

'O palazzo 'E Donn' Anna; versi di 
Guido di Napoli, musica di Valente 
Yincenzo rof Italy; mand. ace.] Na- 
ples, Nuova italia musicale. 4to. 2654 
_© Sept. 7, 1922; 1 c. Nov. 27 ; E 
551022; Italian book co., New York. 

O sacrum convivium ; Latin motet, mu- 
sic by Jos. Deschermeier rof' Germany] 
op. 162. no. 1; mixed voices. (In 
Fischer edition :■ Cantiones variae. no. 
1) 2655 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560237; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

O sai.utaris; Latin motet, music by Jos. 
Deschermeier rof Germany] op. 162, 
no. 2 ; mixed voices. (In Fischer edi- 
tion : Cantiones variae, no. 2) 2656 
© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560238 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

■ motet, musique de Jacques Pillois 

rof Francei ; 2 voix d'enfants et orgue). 
4to. (Trois chants sacres, no. 2) 

2657 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551848; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 



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pt. lii, n. s., v. 18 



O Saviour, precious Saviour; hymn- 
anthem, words by F. R. Havergal, mu- 
sic by R. M. Stults [of U. S.i ; mixed 
voices. 4to. 2658 

© Feb. 8. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
560000; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

O st.ut dina ogon ; sang, av Erkki Me- 
lartin, op. 99, no. 3, ed. and rev. by 
Julia A. Burt rof U. S.i (Wilhelm 
Hansen edition, no. 2279) 2659 

_ © Feb. 3, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 26; K 
560340; Wilhelm Hansen, Copenhagen. 

O sole mio; waltz, intro. Carme-carme, 
by E. di Capua and G. B. de Curtis, 
arr. bv M. L. Lake rof U. S.) ; military 
band." 4to. 2660 

© Nov. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555580: Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

'O viuuno; versi di L. Donadio, melodia 
di G. Quaranta rof Italy, domiciled at 
New York i 4to. (Edizione Rinas- 
cente, no. 2) 2661 

^ © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb.' 19; E 
560159; Luigi Donadio e Gcnnaro 
Quaranta, New York. 

Of days that are past; descriptive 

song, words by M. Kellev. music by 

Laura Davis- Smail lof U. S.i 2662 

^© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 

553867 ; Morris Kelley, Jeannette, Pa. 

Off again ox again blues : words by 

Tack Meskill, music by Lew Dalv rof 

U. S.i "2663 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 24; E 

560302; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Offenbach (Jacques) Barcarolle ; from 
Tales of Hoffman, by J. Offenbach, 
arr. by Laura Hawkins li. e. L. H. 
Townsend, of U. S.i ; piano. Boston, 
Mass., Charles W. Homeyer & co. 

2664 

© Nov. 11, 1922; 2 c. Nov. 20; E 

549900; Laura Hawkins Townsend, 

Newton Highlands, Mass. i Copyright 

is claimed on arrangement i 

■ Barkarola ; z opowiesci Hoff manna, 

slowa Z. Vieweger, music by J. Offen- 
bach, arr. bv W. K. Grigaitis rof U .S.i 

2665 

© Dec. 30. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 553860; Jos. Krygier, Philadelphia. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement! 

Ogni corf. CERCA a more! versi di Giu- 
seppe Maestrale, musica di Ludovico 



de Marinis rof Italyi ; mand. ace. 
Naples, Edizioni La sorgente. 4to. 

2666 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 

E 556100 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Ok boy, sin; is a d\isy; words by M. 
Wolshoefer, music by E. S. S. -Hunt- 
ington rof U. S.i 2667 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560222; 
Alike Wolshoefer, New London, la. 

Oh Caiji ornia ; words by G. Ervyl 
Theobald, music by Lura Alta V r on 
Rohl rof U. S.i 2668 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560262; L. A. Von Rohl, Richmond, 
Calif. 

Oil DADDY, YOU WON'T HAVE NO MAMMA 
AT aij. ; words and music by Witt. Rus- 
sell and Ed. Herbert rof U. S.i, arr. 
by Wm. G. Still. 2669 

_ © Feb. 26, 1923- 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560357; Clarence Williams music pub. 
co. inc.. New York. 

On dear! what can the matter be. 
See Playtime pieces. 

Oh Doctor Koo-ay ! from Take a chance, 
words bv H. I. Phillips, music by Har- 
old Orlob lof U. S.i ' 2670 
© Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 
555803 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Oh, Emma ; a musical farce in four acts, 
libretto and lyrics by Coral Birch, 
music by Norman Svdney rof Canada] 

2671 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; D 26411; 
Sydney Thomas Chisnall, Montreal^ 
Quebec, Canada. 

On GEE, on cosh ; fox trot, from For 
goodness' sake, by Dalv, plaved bv 
Herbert Clair rof U. S.i; in E flat. 
(Ampico, word roll, no. 202691-F) 
[Music rolli . 2672 

© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560108; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation! 

OH, HOW I LONG TO BE BACK, BACK IN 

those Hawaiian Isles ; words bv 
Marion P. Proffitt, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington rof U. S.i • 2673 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 555949; 
M. P. Proffitt, Madison Heights, Va. 

Oh, mother bear; words by G. A. 
Westenberger, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington lot U. S.i 2674 



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1923 



2691 



© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555921; 
G. A. Westcnbergcr, Philadelphia. 

Oh sing-a-loo; fox trot, by Pollack, 
played by Herbert Clair rot U. S.i ; in 
E flat. (Ampico, word roll, no. 
202621-F) [Music roll] 2675 

© Tune 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923 ; 
E 560112; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

On, TELL ME, WOULD IT GRIEVE YOU? 

from In jungle-land, words and melody 

by F. L. Bradley rof U. S.i 8vo. 2676 

© Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 

560037; Frank L. Bradley, Cincinnati. 

Ok, the land I am bound for; negro 
folk song derivative, words traditional, 
arr bv R. Nathaniel Dett [of U. S.i 

2677 

© Feb. 21, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 24; E 
560326 ; John Church co., Cincinnati. 

Oh, wonderful pal; words by J. J. 
Morcuskv, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton rof U. S.i 2678 
© .1 c. Feb. 23. 1923; E 560208; 
John J. Morcusky, Morea, Pa. 

Oh, you DannEmora beauty; fox trot, 

words and music bv Rosaris Pellegrino 

rof U. S.i 2679 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555926; 

Rosaris Sellegrino, Brooklyn. 

Oh, you red-headed laddte; words and 
music by M. T. Johnston lof U. S.i 

2680 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; E 553976; 
Minerva Jane Johnston, Rich Hill, Mo. 

Oj MA pErdonamE; words by C. Forte, 
melody bv L. Canoro rof U. S.i ; mand. 

2681 

© 1 c. Nov. 28, 1922; E 560317;. 
Louis Canoro and Carlo Forte, New 
York. 

Old (An) fashion girl; words by L. 
Whitson, music bv E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton rof U. S.i 2682 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560228; 
Lewis Whitson, Pittsburgh. 

Ot.d (The) fashioned cottage ear over 
the sea; words by G. S. Smith, music 
by Wm, F. Broughton rof Canadai 

2683 

© Jan. 22. 1923; 1 c. Feb. 6; E 
556199; Gipsy Simon Smith, London, 
Canada. 



Old fashioned days; words and music 
bv Wm. M. Schmitt and Elmer Aichele 
rof U. S.i 2684 

_© Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555979; National melody co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Old (The) max every time; fox trot, 
from The lady of- the rose, by Jean 
Gilbert, arr. by Arthur Wood rof Great 
Britaim ; orch. with piano conductor. 
4to. 2685 

©Dec. 27, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; 
E 551708; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
'Crew, ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement i 

• from The lady of the rose, words by 

Harry Graham, music by Jean Gil- 
bert rof Great Britaim 2686 
© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
E 551637;* Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Old sweetheart of long ago; words by 

E. I. Rumsey, music bv Dave Ringle 

rof U. S.i 2687 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923 ; E 555755 ; Ethel 

Irene Rumsey, La Crosse. Wis. 

Old Tennessee; words by D. Ray, mu- 
sic bv E. S. S. Huntington rof U. S.i 

2688 
© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1923; E 555930; 
Daniel Ray, Walhalla, Mich. 

Old (The) watchman; ballade, words 
and music by Solomon Golub rof 
U. S.i, ed. by H. Pospischil. 

2689 
©Dec. IS, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23. 1923; 
E 555958 ; N'Ginah pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Old world dance songs ; words by Katie 
M. Luck, music by Montague F. Phil- 
lips rof Great Britaim op. 37, nos. 1-4. 
Contents : 1. With courtly grace. — 2. 
Powder and patches. — 3. Sweet Lady 
Moll.— 4. In the gay olden time. 2690 
© Jan. 26, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 2; E 
556175 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Old world music; 1668-1792, originally 
composed for the harpsichord, rev., 
phrased and fingered by Orlando Mor- 
gan rof Great Britaim ; piano. 2691 
_ © Feb. 6. 1923; 1 c. Feb. 10; E 
556325 ; Edwin Ashdown, ltd.. London. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision, 
phrasing and fingering] 



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2692 



pt. i ri, n. s., v. 18 



Olympic (The) suite ; by J. H. Howe 
,of U. S.] op. 50 ; piano and songs with 
words by various authors. . Seattle, 
Wash., Dragon pub. co. 2692 

© Jan. 9. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 8; aff. Jan. 
29 ; A 697379 ; James Hamilton Howe, 
Seattle. 

On a grey day; words by E. Temple 
Thurston, music by Norman O'Neill 
[of Great Britaim ; in F. 2693 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 7; E 
556205; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Ox dreamland's sea; words by H. T. 

Broome, music by T. R. T. Hayes [i. e. 

Robert J. Hayes; of U. S.i 2694 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1923; E 560067; 

Harold Temple Broome, New York. 

Ox my path OF dreams; words and mu- 
sic by E. Pauls [of U. S.i 2695 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 555986; 
Elsie Pauls, New York. 

Ox THE Alamo ; fox trot, by Jones, 
played by Fairchild and Clair lof 
U. S.i ; in E flat. (Ampico, word roll, 
no. 202601-F) [Music rolli 2696 

© June 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560094; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Ox the Jersey shore; words and music 
by F. J. Lapitino rof U. S.i 2697 

©' 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555651; 
Francis J. Lapitino, Camden, N. J. 

On the road to Romany; words by V. 
Hitchcock and N. R. Hamilton, music 
by I. M. Chainey tof U. So 2698 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923 ; E 555798 ; Nan 
Roads Hamilton, Velma Hitchcock and 
Irene Miller Chainey, Washington. 

Ox the shores oe' Aloha land; waltz, 
by H. J. Tandler tof U. S.i, arr. by 
Tames C. McCabe rof U. S.i ; orch., 
with words. Feist ed. 4to. 2699 

© Feb. 14, 1923; 2 c- Feb. 15; E 
558110; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Once in a garden; reverie, by Kingsley 
Stanford [of Great Britain] ; pf. 2700 

' © Feb. 2, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 5 ; E 
556178; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. . 

Once upon a time; by Marie Rose 
Wilking [of U. S.i op. 59, no. 4 



piano. 



2701 



© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; E 558138; 
Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. 

One glimpse of a pace; from The little 
duchess, words by Percy Greenbank, 
music bv G. H. Clutsam tof Great 
Britain] " 2702 

© Dec. 20, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551643; Ascherberg, Hopwbod & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

ONE LITTLE SMILE BEFORE WE SAY pare- 
well; waltz, lyric by Arthur Coleman, 
music bv Eugene Herbert iof U. S.i 

2703 
© Feb. 4, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553809 ; Toe Morris music c©., New 
York. 

One op the lambkins ; words and music 

bv M. C. Powell tof U. S.i ; medium 

voice. 2704 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 

553882; May Corbm Powell, Chicago. 

One summer day; by Marie Rose Wil- 
king rof U. S.i op. 22, no. 3 ; piano. 

2705 
©I.e. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555686; 
Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. 

Only a bunch of roses ; words by 
D. M. Leasak, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. tof U. S.i, arr. by Fred S. Rounds 
tof U. S.i 2706 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553620; 
Dorothy M. Leasak, Ponaka, Canada. 

Only a dream ; selection from Carry on, 
words and music bv D. S. Drake tof 
U. S.i 2707 

© 1 c. Feb. 5. 1923; E 555788; 
Dorothv Sussdorff Drake, Oakland. 
N.J. 

Only a soldier; words by L. M. Jef- 
frey, music bv Terome Dubois tof 
U. S.] 2708 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1923; E 553862; 
Lillie May Jeffrey, Creston, la. 

Only in dreams; words by Walter 
Pulitzer, music by Frank H. Grey tof 
U. S.i ; medium voice in D flat. (Sheet 
music edition V. 785) 2709 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555552; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Only just suppose; fox trot song, 
words and music bv Harrv Harris and 
Joe Solman rof U. "S.i 2710 

© Nov. 2, 1922; 2 c. Oct. 26; E 
548983 ; Triangle music pub. co., New 
York. 



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2728 



Optimist (The) ; march, by C. Merck 
tof U. S.] ; piano. 2711 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1923; E 560072; 
Carlton Merck, Gainesville, Ga. 

Or the dreamland sea; words and 
music by F. de S. Wightman [of U. S.i ; 
piano with words. 2712 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555899; 
Florence de Sav Wightman, Florence, 
Ala. 

Oriental Rose; words by L. Dorsey, 
melody by E. Williams rof U. S.], arr. 
bv John Rehauser tof U. S.i 2713 

© 1 c Jan. 24, 1923; E 555391; 
Leo Dorsey and Eugene Williams, 
New York. 

OriEntaeE. See MusiCanada. 

Orphan (The) boy ; words by P. Har- 
rington, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.i 2714 
© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555983 ; Pat Harrington, Derry, N. H. 

Orphan serenade; by S. Pantelis tof 

Greece, domiciled at Dallas, Tex.] ; 

piano. 2715 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558054; 

Sam Pantelis, Dallas. 

Or va ea jEune IndouE. See Delibes 
(Clement Philibert Leo) 

Our beautiful flag; words and music 

bv M. A. Ringwood tof U. S.i 2716 

*© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 

555489; Mary Addie Ringwood, New 

Orleans. 

Our noble bald-head row ; words by 
T. Koen, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.i 2717 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; E 555932 ; John 
Koen, New York. 

Out where the blue begins; words by_ 
Geo. Graff, jr., and James Francis Mc- 
Hugh, melody by F. Bernard Grant [of 
U. S.] 2718 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555639; 
Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

OuverturE dES marionettes ; by Cor- 
nelius Gurlitt, op. 105, arr. by Ernest 
Reeves rof Great Britain] ; 2 violins, 
'cello, bass, harmonium and pf. (Aug- 
ener's cinema music) 2719 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; 
E 556011; Augener, ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on .arrangement] 

Over moonlit waters ; barcarolle by 
Mathilde Bilbro [of U. S.i ; piano. 2720 



©Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
555475 ; Hatch music co., New York. 

Owl (The) ; part-song, words and music 
by Elizabeth Gest tof U. S.] ; sop., alto 
and bass, melody in bass. 4to. 2721 
© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
553996; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Pageiacci. See Leoncavallo (Ruggiero> 

Pal of my dreams come true; words 

and music bv Mrs. L. A. Paul tof 

U. S.i 2722 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555936: 

Mrs. L. A. Paul, Formoso, Kan. 

Palatinate. See Peasant dances. 

Paling's annual ; no. 50, by various 
composers, compiler [of Australia] : 
piano. 2723 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; 
E 556081; W. H. Paling & co., ltd.. 
Sydney, Australia. 

Paeoma (La) (The dove) ; by Yradier, 
ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.i, 
plaved by Roger Hilliard. (Recordo. 
no. 67270) [Music roll] 2724 

_© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
555699; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

Pangs lingua ; tantum ergo, Latin 
motet, music by Jos. Deschermeier rof 
Germany] op. 162, no. 4, 8 ; double cho. 
of mixed voices. {In Fischer edition : 
Cantiones variae, no. 4, 8) 2725, 2725 
© Feb. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. each Feb. 23 ; 
E 560240, 560244; J. Fischer & bro.. 
New York. 

Pan's piping. See Bantock (Granville") 
Three songs from the Greek anthology. 

Papa blues; words by Edgar Leslie, 
music bv Pete Wendling and Max 
Kortlander rof U. S.] 2727 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
560031; Stark & Cowan, inc., New 
York. 

Paper boats. See Child poems. 

Papieeons. See MusiCanada. 

Park double-two; telephone romance, 
words by James Heard, music by Rob- 
ert Coningsby Clarke [of Great Britain! 

2728 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 

556014; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 



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2729 



pt. m, n. s., v. 18 



Parting (The) year. See Times and 
seasons. 

Pasha's blues ; by George Hahn, arr. 
by R. E. Hildreth f of U. S.i ; oreh. 
with piano. 4to. 2729 

© Nov. 25, 1922 : 2 c. Feb. 5. 1923 ; 
E 555774; Walter Jacobs, inc., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Pass the news along the line; words 
and music by E. M. Bartlett [of U. S.i 

2730 
© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558026 ; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Hart- 
ford, Ark. 

Passers by ; duet from Peaches, words 

by Robert B. Smith, music by Max 

Steiner [0 f U. S.i 2731 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 

558105 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Passion-flower (The) ; by Carl Wil- 

helm Kern [of U. S.i op. 389; piano. 

New York, G. Schirmer, inc. 2732 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 

553854; Boston music co., New York. 

Pastel; menuet vif, by H. Paradis, arr. 
by M. L. Lake rof U. S.i ; full band 
Avith conductor. 4to. 2733 

©Dec. 11, 1922j 2 c. Jan. 29. 1923; 
E 555525 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Pastoral. See My little Irish rose. 

Patch o' blue ; musical comedy in two 
acts and three scenes, words by L. M. 
Latta. jr.. D. E. Reid and P. T. Hum- 
mel, music by Louis Melyne Latta, jr. 
rof U. S.] Vocal sc. 2734 

© Dec. 22, 1922 ; 2 c. Tan. 4, 1923 ; 
E 553906; Puff and powder club, Gam- 
bier. O. 

Patient with others; words by James 
H. Darlington, music by L. S. Collins 
iof U. S.] 4to. 2735 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553965 ; Laura Sedgwick Collins, New 
York. 

Patrol comique; by Thos. Hindley, rev. 
by J. S. Seredy iof U. S.i ; full orch., 
with piano conductor. 2736 

© Dec. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555602; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Patte d'aratgneE; one-step par July rof 
France] ; orch. avec piano conducteur 
4to. 2737 



© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551839; July, Paris. 

Peace and honor; march, by G. B. 
Snyder iof U. S.) ; pf. 2738 

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 2; E 
555957; Geo. B. Snyder, Chambers- 
burg, Pa. 

Pearlie, my queen of Dixieland; 
words and music by L. W. Jones and 
B. Van Burcn rof U. S.i 2739 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553887; L. Wood Jones, Memphis, 
Tenn. 

Peasant dances; of Austria and the 
Palatinate, arr., sc, ed., fingered and 
bowed by James Brown rof Englandi ; 
string orch. with piano, sc. (Poly- 
chordia string library, no. 155 — higher 
grade) Contents: 1. Dandier. — 2. 
Palatinate. 2740 

© Dec. 30. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; 
E 551707; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Peep o* dawn. See Salcede (Victor) 
Three romantic idylls. 

PEER GynT suite no. 2. Sec Grieg ('Ed- 
Yard Hagerup) 

Peer Gynt's home coming. See -Grieg 
(Edvard Hagerup) Peer Gynt suite 
no. 2. 

PEG away ; words and music by Bernard 

Hamblen rof Great Britain] (Musical 

monologues, no. 263) 2741 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 

556048 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Pell street. Chinatown ; from New 
York days & nights, by Emerson 
Whithorne rof U. S.i op. 40, no. 3; 
piano. (Sheet music edition, P 1307) 

2742 
©Nov. 10. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555612; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Penza nno a NapulE; versi di Giovanni 
Moleti, musica di Yincenzo Santangelo 
rof Italy ; mand. acc.i Naples, Edi- 
zioni La sorgente. 4to. 2743 

© Oct. 20. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2. 1923; 
E 556117; Italian book co., New York. 

Pep : by C. S. De Lano rof U. S.i ; ten. 
banjo and pf. 2744 

^ © Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555995 ; C. S. De Lano, Los Angeles. 

Per la p atria e per il RE; canto dei 
nazionalisti, versi di Giovanni Ago, 
musica di Gaetano Lama [of Italv ; 



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!761 



mand. acc.i Edizione Feola. Naples, 
La canzonetta. 4to. 2745 

© Oct. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 2. 1923 ; 
E 556104; Italian book co., New York. 

PERPETUum mobile. See Variationen, 

Perpetuum mobile landi Tonleitcrn. 

Pesich TZEiT; melody, by R. Doctor joi 
Russia, domiciled at New York] 2746 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923 ; E 555832 ; Rubin 
Doctor, New York. 

PETER the ploughman; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Arthur F. 
Tate lof Great Britain! ; in E flat. 

2747 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 23; E 
551997; Cary & co., London. 

Petit (Le) rentier. See Pierne (Ga- 
briel ) Six ballades franchises. 

Petite berceuse; by Denise Lassimonne 
[of Great Britain] ; pf. 2748 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 31; E 
556058 ; Anglo-French music co., ltd., 
London. 

PETROUSHKA ; words and music by H. O. 

Osgood rof U. S.i 2749 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 

555806; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 

York. 

Phi-kappa-emblem; march, by W. L. 
Skasfgs rof U. S.i op. 48; band. 4to. 

2750 

© Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555971; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa. la. 



Pjkce caractkri 
champetre. 



See Suite 



Pieces of eight ; comedy with music in 
three acts and a prologue, words by 
Helen Redington and H. M. Suther- 
land, music by Horace Johnson rof 
U. S.i 2751 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923 ; D 26408 ; Her- 
bert Mayner Sutherland, New York. 

Pierne (Gabriel) Six ballades fran- 
caises ; de Paul Fort, English text by 
Adrian Ross, musique de G. Pierne rof 
Francei London, Chappell & co., ltd. 
Contents : La vie. — Les b a 1 e i n e s. — 
Complaintes des arches de Noe. — Le 
petit rentier. — Les dernieres pensees.^ — 
La ronde autour du monde. 2752 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Tan. 24; E 
556018 ; Gabriel Pierne, London. 

1163—23 6 1 



Pierrot ; words by Sara Teasdale, music 
by George Roberts rof U. S.] ; high, in 
A flat. (Fischer edition, no. 5215) 

2753 

© Feb. 15, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 23; E 

560250; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Pi'esx riEARETOw. See O Gwiazdeczko. 

Piesx o rozmaryniE. See Ksiadz mi 

zakazowal. 

PieSni : o Narodzeniu panskiem 15 kol^d, 
zebral i opracowal Leon A. Cieszy- 
kowski, wydawal B. J. Zalewski rof 
U. S.j ; na chor mieszany. 4to. 2754 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; E 
555373 : Bolesfaw J. Zalewski, Chicago. 
[Copyright is claimed on corrections 
and new matten 

PinE-TREES; by Marion Bauer rof U. S.i 

op. 12, no. 3; pf. (From the New 

Hampshire woods, no. 3) 2755 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 

•555747; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Pink and yellow; waltz, by F. L. Part- 
ridge rof V. S.i : piano. 2756 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923: ^E 555724; 
' Frank Leonard Partridge, Keene, N. H. 

Pizzicato gavotte ; by Charles Kovacs 

rof U. S.i op. 79 : violin and pf. ( Sheet 

music edition, B. 1816) 2757 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Tan. 29, 1923; 

E 555572; Carl Fischer, 'New York. 

Pizzicatti-scherzaxdo; par Enrico To- 
selli, arr. par M. Gracey rof France]; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

2758 
© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
551841 ; Smyth, 'Paris. 

Plaintee, plaintee LOVE; words and 

music by S. D. Taylor rof U. S.i 2759 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 

560138; Stella Dennis Taylor, inc., 

Los Angeles. 

Pr.AUDERNDE QUELLE (Le chantonncment 

de la source) ; von Erik Meyer-Hel- 

mund rof German)'] ; piano. 2760 

© May 1. 1922'; 1 c. May 11; E 

551825; A. Cranz, Brussels, Belgium. 

Play and sport; twenty second and 
third grade study pieces, by A. Sar- 
torio rof Germany] op. 1235 ; piano. 

2761 
© Dec. 22, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
30; A 693950; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

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2762 



Playing at soldiers. See Childhood's 
happy days. 

Playing leap frog; by Marie Rose 
AYilking [of U. S.] op. 10, no. 1 ; piano. 

2762 
© 1 c. Fe\ 17, 1923; E 558141; 
Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. 

Playmates still; words by Albert 
Avery, music by J. Plaster [of Eng- 
land] 2763 
© Jan. 16, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 
556342 ; Midland music pub. co., Derby- 
shire, England. 

Playtime pieces ; the poetry of rhythm, 
by Ernest Austin tof England] op. 73 ; 
piano, continental fingering. London, 
Methuen & co., ltd. (Music appreci- 
ation series, bk. 4) Contents : The I 
decided to be important ; march. — The 
quiet wood, a frog, etc. — Come and 
get the post, it's someone's birthday. — 
Early one morning. — Oh, dear ! what 
can the matter be. — Gaily the trouba- 
dour. 2764 
© Jan. 18, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 18; E 
551815 ; Joseph Henry Larway, London. 

Please send my daddy back to me; 

words by R. W. Conley, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.i 2765 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560210; 

Robert W. Conley, New York. 

Please take me home with you; 
words and music bv A. B. Chenev tof 
U. S.i, arr. by Vern Elliott tof U. S.] 

2766 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555690; 
Adah B. Cheney, Los Angeles. 

PoinsETTia; mazurka and barcarolle, by 
S. P. Fachutar tof U. S.] 1. PL— 2. 
Violin and pf. 2767, 2768 

© 1 c. each Feb. 2, 1923 ; E 555753, 
555754; Salvator Peter Fachutar, Santa 
Cruz, Calif. 

Poor little wallfower; words and 
melody by Harry Pease and Howard 
Johnson [of U. S.i, arr. by H. John- 
son. . 2769 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 555432; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 

Poor me; negro folk song derivative, 
melody from Work brothers' Folk 
songs of the American negro, arr. by 
R. Nathaniel Dett [of U. S.i 2770 

© Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 24; E 
560327; John Church co., Cincinnati. 



jit. itt, n. s., v.J8 

Poppy girl ; by L. A. Daly [of U. S.i ; 
piano. 2771 

©_ 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 553798; 
Lewis Alden Daly, New York. 

PosTlude. See My little Irish rose. 

Postlude on Aleord; ten thousand 

times ten thousand, by Geo. A. Bur- 

dett tof U. S.] ; organ. 2772 

© Jan. 26, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555463 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

Pour jouer avec la bien aimee; trois 

ressouvenirs, par Claude Duboscq [of 

France] ; piano a 4 mains. 2773 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551583; E. Demets, Paris. 

Pour ma poupeS; berceuse tres facile 
par F. Merigot tof France] ; piano. 

2774 
© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551575; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Pourquoi; sonnet, poesie de Henry 

Richet, musique de Casimir Renard 

iof Francei op. 194. 2775 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551578; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 

(Why) ? waltz, by Edgar Home [of 

England] ; piano. 2776 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; 
E 551981; Bosworth & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Poverty lane ; words and music by S. D. 
Tavlor i of U. S.i ; piano with words. 

2777 
© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
560136; Stella Denis Taylor, inc., Los 
Angeles. 

Powder and patches. See Old world 
dance songs. 

Powder River blues, let 'er buck ; fox 
trot, words by Billy Bragg and Dan A. 
Stine, music by D. A. Stine [of U. S.i 
Worland, Wy., E. S. & A. co. 2778 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
553900; Daniel A. Stine, Worland, Wy. 

Prairie elowErs ; by Wm. H. Potstock 
tof U. S.i op. 16, no. 9; piano. (Sheet 
music edition, P. 1176: Musical 
zephyrs) 2779 

© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555540; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Prayer ; bv D. Knapp tof U. S.] ; piano. 

2780 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 558003; 
Dorothy Knapp, Los Angeles. 



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no. 3, 1923 



2796 



Preciosa ; ouverture, de C. M. von 
Weber, arr. par F. Salabert tof 
France] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. (Ouvertures classiqnes nouvelle 
collection Francis Salabert, no. 37) 

2781 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 

E 556238; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Prelude. See Bach (Johann Sebastian) 
Suite no. 6. — Suite dans le style ancien. 

Prelude no. 1 ; lento non troppo, by 
Frederick Jacobi tof U. S.], violin pt. 
bowed and fingered by Franz Kneisel ; 
violin and piano. 2782 

_© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555385 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

Prelude no. 2 ; furioso, by Frederick 
Jacobi tof U. S.i, violin pt. bowed and 
fingered by Franz Kneisel ; violin and 
piano. 2783 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555384 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

Prelude no. 3 ; con movimento dolce, by 
Frederick Jacobi tof U. S.], violin pt. 
bowed and fingered by Franz Kneisel ; 
violin and piano. 2784 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555383 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

Prelude and air with variations in 
B flat. See Handel (Georg Friedrich) 
3 lessons. 

Prelude to Kunihild; third act of the 

opera, by Cyrill Kistler, arr. by M. L. 

Lake tof U. S.i ; military band with 

• conductor. 4to. 2785 

© Dec. 8, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 

E 555543; Carl Fischer, New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

PrEsso tl ruscEllo; parole di Diego 
Corrao, musica di Cecchino Giordano 
tof Italy; mand. ace.] Naples, Edi- 
zioni La sorgente. 4to. 2786 

© Oct. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923 ; 
E 556112; Italian book co., New York. 

Pretty EloisE; waltz, by L. E. Jewett 

tof U. S.] ; piano. 2787 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555718; 

Lucv Eleanor Jewett, Bakersfield, 

Calif. 



Primrose- time. See Times and seasons. 



Princess (The) ; waltz, by Arnoldo 
Sartorio tof Germain] ; pf., 6 hands. 
(Clover leaves) 2788 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
553922; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Prodigal (The) ; words and music by 
Richard Sydney Bake well tof Eng- 
land] (In Gospel songs, series nos. 
5 & 6) 2789 

© Sept. 4, 1922; 1 c. Sept. 11; E 
556126; Tom Jones, Filey, England. 

Project; march, by Harold Bennett tof 

U. S.] ; band. Cincinnati, O., Fillmore 

music house. 4to. 2790 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555497 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Prologue. See Leoncavallo (Ruggiero) 

Promenade idyllE; scherzo, par G. 

A mors i tof France] ; quintette a cordes 

avec piano conducteur. 4to. 2791 

©_ Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 

E 551851 ; G. Amorsi, Nice, France. 

Protz (Der) See Im banne der jugend- 
lust. 

Psalm 134 ; chorus, music by Leo 
Sowerby tof U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Boston music co. choral music, series 
38, no. 1486) 2792 

^© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
555466 ; Boston music co., New York. 

PuEr natus Est nobis ; motet, paroles 

Latin, musique ' de Th. Dubois tof 

France] ; deux voix de femmes. 2793 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551608; Heugel, Paris. 

Put God first ; words and music by 
B. G. Grenfell rof England, domiciled 
at Dawson Springs, Kentucky] 2794 
© Oct. 25, 1922; 2 c. Nov. 15; E 
560068; Bowen Garfield Grenfell, 
Dawson Springs, Ky. 

Puttin' on airs ; words and music by 

Chas. and Harry Tobias and Geo. J. 

Bennett tof U. S.] 2795 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 

558093 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Quartett; von P. T. Miersch tof Ger- 
many] op. 38 ; 2 violinen, viola und 
violoncell. Berlin, Ries & Erler. 2796 
© Dec. 15, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1923; 
E 551837; Paul Th. Miersch, New 
York. 



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pt LIT, II. 



18 



QuEEn of S V::.\ ; oriental foxtrot, by H. 
Smidt-Gregor iof Germany 1 ; piano. 

2797 
© Nov. 25. 1920; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 
E 556153 ; Carl Gehrmans musikforlag, 
Stockholm, Sweden. 

OuErry ; by D. Knapp [of U. S.i ; piano. 

2798 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923: E 558000; 
Dorothy Knapp, Los Angeles. 

Questioner (The) ; a pageant for 
Easter and other times, by L. R. Bay- 
ard [of U. S.i ; Los Angeles. Calif., 
Pageant publishers. 4to. 2799 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; D 
26414 ; Lyman R. Bavard, Chula Vista, 
Calif. 

Quiet (The,) wood, a ergo, etc. See 

Playtime pieces. 

QuiNTETT; von Walter Gieseking iof 
Germany] ; klavier, oboe, klarinette, 

waldhorn und fagott. in B dur. 2800 
© Sept. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; 
E 556166; Adolpb Fiirstner, Berlin. 

Rabbi Ben Ezra; chorus, words by Rob- 
ert Browning, music by F. M. Ralston 
iof U. S.i ; women's voices. 4to. 2801 
© Oct. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1923; 
E 555380; Frances Marion Ralston, 
Pasadena, 

Race (•The) track; gallop, by F. de S. 
Wightman iof U. S.i ; instrumental. 

2802 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555898; 
Florence de Sav Wightman, Florence, 
Ala. 

R a d a m k S ; shimmy-foxtrot, par H. 
Smidt-Gregor rof Germany] ; piano. 

2803 
© Nov. 23, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 
E 556150; Carl Gehrmans musikforlag, 
Stockholm, Sweden. 

Rai>tancE; by William Baines tof Eng- 
land] ; piano. 2804 
© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
551968; Elkin & co, ltd.. London. 

Radio; selections from Carry on, words 
and music by D. S. Drake tof U. S.i 

2805 
© 1 'c. Feb. 5, 
Dorothy Sussdorff 
N.J. 

waltz, words and music by M. 

Moran iof U. S.i Vincennes, Ind., 
Moran music pub. co. 2806 



1923; E 555785: 
Drake. Oakland. 



© Jan. 22, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553893 ; Maud Moran, Vincennes, Ind. 

Radio blues; words and music by M. 
Moran iof U. S.i Vincennes, Ind.. 
Moran music pub. co. 2807 

^ © Jan. 22. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553892; Aland Moran, Vincennes. Ind. 

Radio fax; words by M. Moschel, mel- 
ody by Herman Dubois 1 pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.i 2808 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; K 555888; Mae 
Moschel, Cincinnati. 

Raff (Joseph Joachim) Cavatina; by 
Raff, arr, and played by Alexander 
MacFadven rof U. S.i (Ampico, red 
label, no. 61123-G) [Music roll] 2809 
© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560128; American piano co.. New 
York, rCopyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation! 

Rags and roves: fox-trot, by Cecil 
Macklin [of Great Britain] ; orch. with 
piano conductor. 4to. 2810 

_© Jan. 26, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 
556075 : Cary & co., London. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Ratn; trio, words and music by Pearl 
G. Curran, arr. by Carl Deis iof U. S.i ; 
women's voices. ( G. S. 8vo choruses, 
no. 7018) 2811 

_ © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555738 ; G. Schirmer, inc.. New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Rainbow soxg : three-part, words and 
music by Elizabeth Gest iof U. S.i ; 
women's voices. 4to. 2812 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
553998; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Rainy day Sue; one-step, by Wendling, 
played by Herbert Clair iof U. S.i ; in 
B flat. ( Ampico, word roll, no. 
202681-F) [Music roll] 2813 

© July 20. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560123 ; American piano co.. New 
York. 1 Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation! 

Rajah; words by T. Blatv, music bv 
it. S. S. Huntington iof U. S.i 2814 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560207; 
Jos. Blaty, Detroit. 

RappeeEz-vous ; chant patriotique, pa- 
roles de Lucien Berber, musique de 
Joseph Frederic iof U. S.] 2815 

© Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
. 558109; Joseph Fredette, Worcester. 



1 78 



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no. 3, 1923 



2833 



Razz the jazz killer: words and music 
by R. Young tof U. S.i 2816 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555763 ; . Richard Young, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Ready, let's go ! booster's rally song, 
text by E. H. Bemis, music by J. A. 
Parks [of U. S.l ; mixed voices. 4to. 
( Choice compositions, secular edition, 
no. 920) 2817 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
560296; J. A. 'Parks co., York, Neb. 

Recit de Manoutchka ; de drame 
Quanel la cloche sonnera, paroles de 
Y. d'Hansewick et P. de Wattyne, 
musique de Alfred Bachelet rof Francei 
(Morceaux detaches, no. 4) 2818 

© Dec. 14, 1922: 1 c. Tan. 9, 1923: 
E 551607; Heugel, Paris. 

Recit des cloches; de drame Quand 
la cloche sonnera, de Y. d'Hansewick 
et P. de Wattyne, musique de Alfred 
Bachelet iof Francei (Morceaux de- 
taches, no. 3) 2819 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 9, 1923; 
E 551604; Heugel, Paris/ 

Recoxciltatiox ; words by Naomi N. 

Carvalho, music bv Cyril Scott rof 

England! ; in G. 2820 

© Tan. 15, 1923: 1 c. Tan. 18; E 

551818; FJkin & co.. ltd.. London. 

RecuEILLEmEnt (Revery) : song with- 
out words, by Maurice Dambois iof 
Bclgiumi op. 10; violoncello and pf. 

2821 

© Feb. 1, 1923: 1 c. Feb. 5; E 

555740: G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Red beets lor Passover; words and 
■ music bv Solomon Golub iof U. S.l, 
ed. by FT. Pospischil. 






IN ZV 



•*"-v»-».rM 



2822 
© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1923; 
E 555961 ; N'Ginah pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Red hot Eskimo; lyric and melody by 

E. Murrav, jr. rof U. S.i, arr. bv Will 
P. Held rof U. S.i 2823 

© 1 c. Feb.. 2, 1923; E 555952; 
Edgar Murray, jr., and Nadia Pop- 
kova, Chicago. 

Red River; words and music bv Arthur 

S. Josselyn rof U. S.] Rev. ed. 2824 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 

555677 ; Alpha music co.. Providence, 



R. I. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and new matter i 

Red roofs; words by Helen Taylor, 
music by May H. Brahe rof Great 
Britain] ; in E flat. (Bv road and 
river, no. 1) 2825 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 
E 556146; Enoch & sons, London. 

Reddixg's, One, two, three, four. See 
La Fontaine's (Prof.) ukulele solo. 

Regards (Les) ; air tendre de J. Mpuret, 
realisation de la basse chiffree par 
Georges Dandelot rof Francei, partie 
de violon revue et annotee par Louis 
Wins; violon et piano. (Oeuvres 
anciennes, no. 3) 2826 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551594: Max Eschig, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on harmonization and 
collectioni 

RegnE (Le) de Terpsichore; ballet 
francais, by Lucius Hosmer rof U. S.r ; 
full orch. with piano conductor and 
organ ace. pts. 1. 2. 2827, 2828 

© Dec 4, 1922: 2 c. each Jan. 29, 
1923 ; E 555606. 555607 ; Carl Fischer, 
New York. 

Remember what vour de.^r old mother 
told you; words and music bv E. M.- 
Bartlett rof U. S.i 2Z2Q 

© Tan. 1, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558028: Eugene Monroe Bartlett, 
Hartford, Ark. 

RErROACHEs (The) ; for Good Friday, 
a simple setting, suitable for singing 
in unison or harmony, music by Hor- 
ace Spence rof England] 4to. (Nov- 
ello's parish choir book. no. 1074) 2830 
© Dec. 22, 1922: 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; 
E 551932; Noveli.o & co., ltd., London. 

Restful love; words by E. Martin, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington rof 

U. S.] • 2831 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555913; 

Elisabeth Martin, Lindenhurst, N. Y. 

Reuter (Fritz) Idylle; by F. Renter 

rof U. S.i ; organ. 2832 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

555854; John Church co., Cincinnati. 

Intermezzo ; by F. Reuter rof U. S.i ; 

organ. • 2833 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

555853 : John Church co., Cincinnati. 



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2834 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



REVERIE; by VVilliam Strasser tof Czecho- 
slovakia, domiciled at New York] ; 
violoncello and pf. (Mood pictures) 

2834 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

553955 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Reverie in B Feat; by Merryweather 
Powell, arr. by Sydney Herbert [of 
Great Britain] ; band. (In Boosey & 
co.'s brass and reed band journal, no. 
630) [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] 2835 
© Dec. 19, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 
E 551940; Boosey & co., London. 

Ricordi di amore ; versi di Gino Due, 
musica di G. Leone [of Italy] ; mand. 
ace. Gennarelli, Piedigrotta 1922. 
Naples, Emilio Gennarelli. 4to. 2836 
© Sept. 7, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 12; E 
550974; Italian book co., New York. 

Ride on, ride on in majesty ; Palm 
Sunday anthem, words by Henry H. 
Milman, music by T. Frederick H. 
Candlyn rof tJ. S.] ; mixed voices, 
organ ace. 4to. (Church music re- 
view, no. 643) 2837 
© Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 16; E 
560054; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Ring (Montague) Two songs of the 
desert ; words by Fred G. Bowles, 
music by M. Ring [of England] ; low 
voice. Contents : 1. An eastern lul- 
laby. — 2. A warrior's love song. 2838 
© Jan. 23, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
556181 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Ring eor Rosy; from Peaches, words 

by Robert B. Smith, music by Max 

Steiner tof U. S.i 2839 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 

558106; Harms, inc., New York. 

Ring out, ye beees ; a song for Easter, 
words by Horatio Marston, music by 
Samuel Richards Gaines [of U. S.i ; 
with violin obbl. ad lib. (Fischer edi- 
tion, no. 5218) 2840 
© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560249; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Rise (The) and eale oe man ; words 

by W. H. Cooper, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington tof U. S.] 2841 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560225; 

W. H. Cooper, Waterloo, Or. 

RitornEEEO di baci; fox trot, versi di 
Giuseppe Maestrale, musica di Vin- 
cenzo Bavoso tof Italy; mand. ace.] 
Naples, Edizioni La sorgente. 4to. 

2842 



© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 
E 556096; Italian book co., New York. 

River (The) oe dreams. See Salcede 
(Victor) Three romantic idylls. 

River Shannon moon ; words and mel- 
ody by W. Wallace Smith [oi U. S.] 

2843 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 560336; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 

RivieraTraum (A la Riviera) ; barca- 
role-boston, von Erik Meyer-Helmund 
tof Germany] ; piano. 2844 

© May 1, 1922; 1 c. May 11; E 
551833; A. Cranz, Brussels, Belgium. 

Rivulet (The) ; by Alfred J. Thomp- 
son [of England] op. 15; pf. "2845 
© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555671 ; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

Road (The) oe the ten thousand 
crosses; written by Milton Hayes, 
music by H.Neil Vernon tof Great Brit- 
ain] (Musical monologues, no. 265) 

2846 
© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556050; Reynolds & co., London. 

Road (The) song; words by Madison 

Cawein, music by Roland Farley tof 

U. S.] ; medium voice. 2847 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 

653926; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Romance; by Heinrich Marschner; vio- 
lin, cello and piano. (Sheet music 
edition, B. 1795) 2848 

© Dec. 15, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555524; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

by James Hickey iof Australiai ; 

violin and pf. 2849 

© Jan. 28, 1923; 1 c. Dec. 26, 1922; 
E 556085; Nicholson & co., ltd., Syd- 
ney, Australia. 

• by Nikolas Rimsky-Kprsakow, op. 

15, no. 2, arr. by Chas. I. Roberts rof 
IT. S.i ; full orch. 2850 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555626; Carl Fischer, New York. 
i Copyright is claimed on arrangement 

• do not break 'the butterfly wings; 

words and music by M. F. Peck rof 

U. S.i 2851 

© Sept. 23, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1923; 

E 560156; Mary F. Peck, Salt Lake 

. City. 



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no. 3, 1923 



2868 



from The dancing girl, words b) 

Harold Atteridge, music by Sigmund 
Romberg iof U. S.i 2852 

©Jan. 29. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 
555658 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

■ sur nn motif de M. Gracey. par 

Enrico Toselli iof Italy] ; orch. ayec 
piano conducteur. 4to. 2853 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551844; Smyth, Paris. 

Romance anctEnnE; de Paul Fauchey, 
arr. par F. Salabert iof Francei ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. (Celebrt 
collection des succes. no. 590) 2854 

© Dec. 31. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556236; Francis Salabert. Paris. 
i Copyright is claimed on arrangement i 

Romance sans paroles (Romance with- 
out words) ; by Josef Borissoff rof 
Russia, domiciled at New York] ; violin 
and pf . ( Sheet music edition, B. 1821 ) 

2855 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 

E 555574; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Romanesca. See Chaminade (Cecile 
Louise Stephanie) 

Romanza di Pedro; ancora non so bene, 
dalle atto 3 Anima allegra, versi di 
Giuseppe Adami, musica di Franco 
Vittadini tof Italy] 2856 

i© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
E 551652; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Ronde (La) autour du monde. See 
Pierne (Gabriel) Six ballades fran- 
chises. 

Rosa's waltz, Over the waves. Sec 
La Fontaine's (Prof.) ukulele solo. 

Rose (A) and a song; words by Ernest 
Wainwright, music by Leon T. Acland 
[of Englandi ; in E flat. 2857 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
556069; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

Rose faces ; words and music by M. E. 
Smith tof U. S.] 2858 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 555984; 
Mary Elston Smith, Largo, Fla. 

Rose Marie, flower oe Spain; words 

and music by Lou Davis, Herbert 

Steiner and Jack Val iof U. S.i 2859 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1923; E 560060; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Rose-meeody; words and music by Fred 
R. Barker tof U. S.], arr. bv Edward 



Hudson. St. Louis, Mo., Shattinger 
piano & music co. 2860 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1923 ; 
E 555654; F. R. Barker, St. Louis. 

Rose o' mine; bv Julian Fuhs rof U. S.i, 
arr. by W. C. Polla rof U. S.i; orch. 
Gold seal library series. 2861 

© June 17, 1922-; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923, 
1 c. Feb. 24; E 560325; Richmond- 
Robbins, inc., New York. 

Rose of Bombay; fox trot, by Ward 
and Dyson, played by George Dilworth 
and Edgar Fairchild rof U. S.i ; in 
D flat. (Ampico. word roll, no. 
202861-F) [Music roll] 2862 

© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560100; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Rose of Brazil ; words and melody by 
Rav Klages and Billv Fazioli rof 
U.'S.], arr. bv R. Klages rof U. S.i 

2863 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923 ; E 555880 ; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 

Rose of Burmah ; fox trot, from the 
revue Shuffle along, words by Percy 
Edgar, music by Laurence Emlyn iof 
England] 2864 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; 
E 551669 ; St. Giles' pub. co., London. 

Rose of China ; by L. A. Daly tof U. S.] : 
piano. 2865 

©_ 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 553799; 
Lewis Alden Daly, New York. 

Rose of Chinatown ; novelty fox trot, 
words bv Benton Ley, music by Lee 
David tof U. S.i . 2866 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560355; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Rose (The) of Hollywood; words and 
music by C. W. Van Valkenburg rof 
U. S.i 2867 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1923; E 558042; 
C. Warner Van Valkenburg, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 

Rose of Siam ; words by Harry Harris, 
music by Joseph Solman [of U. S.] 
Boston, Mass., Forestier music co. 

2868 
© Sept. 31, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1923; 
E 555483 ; Frank J. Forestier, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 



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Rose (The) that beoomed eor you; 
words by E. B. Bobbitt, music by Geo. 
Graff,, jr. t of U. S.], arr. bv Theo. G. 
Beach [0 f U. S.] 2869 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558069; 
Edna Boisseau Bobbitt, Long Branch, 
N. J. 

Rosemary L,EE ; words by S. B. Brown, 

music bv Geo. Graff, jr. rof tJ. S.i, arr. 

by Theo. G. Beach [of U. S.i 2870 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553840; 

Sadie Barton Brown, Minneapolis. 

Rosen (Die) der madonna ; kloster- 
ballade in einem akt. von Bruno 
Hardt-Warden und Otto Tumlirz, 
musik von Robert Stolz rot Austria] 
op. 358, klavierauszug mit text, zuin 
dirigieren eingerichtet von Otto Linde- 
mann rof Germany] Berlin, Miinchen, 
Drei masken verlag, a. g. 2871 

© Aug. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Oct. 2 ; E 
556128; United plays, inc.. New York. 

Rosornas sang (Rosenlied); sangvals, 
text av Gerd Nasenius, musik av H. 
Smidt-Gregor iof Germanvi ; piano, 
with text. 2872 

© Nov. 23, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923 ; 
E 556155; Carl Gehrmans musikfor- 
lag, Stockholm, Sweden. 

Rosy sunset; by B. Percy James rof 
U. S.j ; piano. 2873 

© Feb. 14, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
558087; W. B. Hasey, Boston. 

RubenEsque; a comic intermezzo, by 

Walter L. Slater [of U. S.i : full orch. 

with piano ace. 2874 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555553; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Rumpty Dudgett, a wicked eairy; by 
D. Morrison [of U. S.] ; violins. 4to. 

2875 

© Feb! 12, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

555975; Donald Morrison, Oberlin, O. 

RrssiAN march; arr. by Geo. W. Bacon 
iof U. S.] ; pf. 2876 

_© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555760 ; Teachers' music pub. co., Hud- 
son, N. C. [Copyright is claimed on 
new matter] 

Russian song in F; by M. Gold rof 
U. S.] ; melody, with piano ace. 2877 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923: E 558103; 
Matthew Gold, Bayonne, N. J. 

Rustling (The) oe grass ; words by 
Alfred Noves, music by Gwendolen 



18 



Coleridge-Taylor tof Great Britain! 

op. 32; in G. 2878 

© Feb. 6,; 1923; 1 c. Feb. 10; E 

556329; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London. 

Ruth ; eglogue biblique, introduction 
par Cesar Franck [of Belgium] ; piano 

2879 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551606; Heugel, Paris. 

RuTiNl (G]ovannO Sonate; per cim- 
balo di G. Rutini, op. 3, nos. 3-5, op. 5, 
nos. 1, 5, nuova ed. critica riveduta 
e corretta da Carlo Perinello tof Italvi ; 
pf. Edizioni Carisch. 2880 

© Dec. 20, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 556055; A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 

SAENGER (Gustav) Seven poetic album 
leaves; from op. 112, by G. Sacnger, 
selected and arr. bv Orlando A. Mans- 
field iof U. S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. 2881 
© Dec. 18. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555550; Carl Fischer, New York. 

SaEETy; march, by Harold Bennett iof 

U. S.i : band. 4to. Cincinnati. O.. 

Fillmore music house. 2882 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555500; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Sahara butterfly; lyric by Gus Kahri, 

music by Lucile Wilson iof U. S.i 2883 

© Feb. 9, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 10; E 

553949; Jerome H. Remick & co., 

New York. 

Saixt-Sakns (Charles Camiele) Le 
cygne (The swan) ; extrait du Carna- 
val des animaux, par C. Saint-Saens, 
transcription par J. Samm rof France], 
traduction anglaise par N. Scholefield ; 
chant et piano. 2884 

© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551599; Durand et cie., Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on transcription and 
English translation] 

Dix transcriptions pour grand 

orgue; d'eeuvres de C. Saint-Saens, 
transcription par Albert Renaud [of 
France] 2885 

© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551625 ; Durand et cie., Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on transcription] 

Sal, Sal, Sally McNally; written 
and composed by Robert W. McLeod 
tof Great Britain] i Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 2886 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556218; B. FeMman & co.. London. 





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no. 3, 1923 



2903 



Salcede (Victor) Three romantic 
idylls; by V. Salcede tof England]; 
piano. (Bosworth edition, no. 1048) 
Contents : The river of dreams. — Sere- 
nade. — Peep o' dawn. 2887 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; 
E 551984; Bosworth. & co., ltd.. 
London. 

Samourais (Les); paroles de Andre 
Alexandre, musique de Georges Hiie 
[of France] (Deux poemes japonais, 
no. 1) 2888 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923: 
E 551609; Heugel, Paris. 

Samuel Johnson get thee gone from 
iii-.ke; words and melody by A. Ber- 
nard lof U. S.], arr. by Billy Hagenev 
tof U. S.i 2889 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560140; 
Al Bernard. New York. 

Sandman's a' comix'; lullaby, words by 
Edward Cowles, music by Dick Chris- 
tie Henderson iof U. S.i" 2890 
© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
555494; Roval palm music pub. co., 
West Palm Beach. Fla. 

Sandwich. See MusiCanada. 

SararandE; de J. Mouret, realization de 
la basse chirr ree par Georges Dandelot 
iof France!, partie de violon revue et 
annotee par Louis Wins : violon et 
piano. (Oeuvres anciennes, nos. 1, 2) 
1. En fa mineur. — 2. En mi mineur. 

2891. 2892 
© Dec. 14. 1922; 1 c. each Jan. 9. 
1923; E 551588. 551589; Max Eschig, 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
monization and collection! 

Sarah : rom Syracuse; words and music 

by Bert Kalmar, Harry Rubv and 
Herman Ruby iof U. S.i " ' 2893 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10: E 
553967; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co.. New York. 

Satisfied (The) rrues ; words by P. 
Horsey, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton iof U. S.i 2894 
© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1923; E 555915; 
Preston Horsey, James City, N. C. 

SaudadES DE chica; by C. Keyes tof 
U. S.i. arr. and ace. by F. Tarboux 
and V. Cernicchiaro iof Brazil] ; violin 
and pf. 2895 

©Dec. 15. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10. 1923; 
E 555485 ; Charles Keyes, Philadel- 
phia. 



Saved and kept; words by Richard 
Sydney Bakewell, music by T. Jones 
iof Englandi {In Gospel songs, series 
nos. 5 & 6) 2896 

^© Sept. 4, 1922; 1 c. Sept. 11; E 
556127 ; Tom Jones, Filey, England. 

Saxsoeo; theme and variations, by M. T,. 
Lake iof U. S.i (Carl Fischer's ed., 
W. 659-661) 1. E flat alto saxophone 
and pf, — 2. B flat sop., or B flat ten. 
saxophone and pf. — 3. C melody saxo- 
phone and pf. 2897 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 29, 
1923; E 555623; Carl Fischer, New- 
York. 

Say it while dancing; fox trot, by 
Silver, played bv George Dilworth and 
Herbert Clair iof U. S.i ; in A flat. 
(Ampico, word roll, no. 202781-F) 
[Music rolb 2898 

© Aug. 20. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
F 560080 : American piano co.. New- 
York, i Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation! 

Say it with kisses; words and melody 
by D. L. Samuels iof U. S.i 2899 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923: E 555726; 
Donald L. Samuels. New York. 

Say that you rove me; words and 
music by Gale Adams iof U. S.i 2900 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560162; 
Aime Napoleon Fregeau. San Fran- 
cisco. 

Scheherazade; 1001 nights, suite sym- 
rhonique, by N. Rimsky-Korsakov, op. 
35, arr. by Bo'osey & co. rof Great 
Britaim ; military band with conduc- 
tor. Kneller Hall ed. (Boosey's mili- 
tary journal, 146th series, nos. 1, 2) 
Contents: Pt. 1. 1. The sea -and Sin- 
bad's ship. 2. The story of the Kalan- 
dar. — Pt. 2: 3. The young prince and 
princess. 4. Festival at Bagdad. 

2901. 2902 
© Dec. 8, 13. 1922: 1 c. each Jan. 20, 
1923; F 551956, 551957; M. P. Balaieff, 
Leipzig. rCopyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Scherzino; by Aylmer Ward tof Great 
Britaim ; pf. Paxton's ed. 2903 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 6; E 
556177; W. Paxton & co.. ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Scherzo. See Bach (Johann Sebastian) 
Suite no. 6. 

School days ; humorous song, words and 
music bv Thomas Sidney .rof Great 

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2904 



pt. in, n. s., v. 1-8 



School days — Continued. 

Britaim ; in D. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 2904 

^ © Jan. 12, 1923: 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556041 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

School songs; words by Christina Ros- 
setti and others, music by Gerald Finzi 
lof England] 4to. r Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 2905 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 12, 1923; 
E 551706; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Schubert (Franz Peter) Barcarole; 
anf dem wasser zu sing-en, by Schubert- 
Liszt, played by Juan Reyes lof U. S.i 
(Ampico, no. 61023-H ) [Music rolli 

2906 
© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560110; American piano co., New 
York. rCopyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Dream enthralling; vision song, 

from Lilac time, words by Adrian 
Ross, music by Schubert, arr. by 
G. H. Clutsam rof Great Britain! 

2907 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 

556021; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

The flower ; from Lilac time, words 

by Adrian Ross, music by F. Schubert, 
arr. by G. H. Clutsam tof Great Brit- 
aim 2908 
© Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24: E 
55'6023 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Girls and boys ; duet, from Lilac 

time, words by Adrian Ross, music by 
F. Schubert, "arr. by G. H. Clutsam 
iof Great Britain] 2909 

© Jam 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
556022 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

The golden song ; from Lilac time, 

words by Adrian Ross, music by F. 
Schubert, arr. bv G. H. Clutsam rof 
Great Britain] 2910 

© Tan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Tan. 24; E 
556024 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Lilac time ; musical play in three 

acts, English adaptation and lyrics by 
Adrian Ross, music from F. Schubert, 
arr. by Heinrich Berte and G. H. Clut- 
sam [of Great Britain] A r ocal sc. 4to. 

2911 
© Dec. 22, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 10, 1923; 
E 551709; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 



— Marche militaire, no. 1; by Schu- 
bert, op. 51, no. 1, arr. by Theo. Moses 



rpseud. of T. Moses-Tobanii, ' rev. by 
J. S. Seredv iof U. S.i ; full orch. 

2912 
© Nov. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923: 
E 555589; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on revised ar- 
rangement] 

Moment musical ; by F. Schubert, 

op. 94, no. 3, arr. by Leopold Godow- 
sky rof U. S.] ; pf., in F minor. (Sheet 
music edition, P 1304) 2913 

© Nov. 17. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29. 1923; 
E 555594; Carl Fischer, New York. 

played by Erno Dohnanyi 

iof Denmark] ; in A flat. (Ampico, 
red label, no. 61063-H) [Music 
roll] 2914 

© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560083 ; American piano co., New- 
York. rCopyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation! 

Unfinished symphony; 1st move- 
ment, by Schubert, played by Loesser 
and Suskind iof U, S.3, conducted by 
Artur Bodansky rof U. S.i ; in B minor. 
(Ampico, red label, no. 60923-P) 
iMusic roll] 2915 
© June 20. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923: 
E 560085 ; American piano co., New- 
York. rCopyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

ScHULE DES kxaviERSPIELS; hrsg. von 
G. Kugler rof Switzerland] 2916 

© Aug. 22, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; 
E 556171 : Gebriider Hug & co., Leip- 
zig. 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) Trau- 
merei. See La Fontaine's (Prof.) 
ukulele solo. 

Scotch melody; wi' a hundred pipers, 

duet bv Geoff rev Shaw rof England i ; 

piano. ' 2917 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 

551976; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Sea (The) (Mope) ; ballad, English 
version by George Harris, jr. rof 
U. S.i, French version by Paul Collin, 
poem and music by Alexander Boro- 
dine, ed. by Olin Downes rof U. S.i ; 
high voice, in G sharp min. (Select 
songs of Russian composers, Carl 
Fischer edition, series 2 : Superior edi- 
tion, no. 5570) [English, Russian and 
French text] 2918 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555536; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on English ver- 

. sion and arrangement] 



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2934 



Sea (The) and Sixbad's ship. See 
Scheherazade. 

Sea (The) jazz eeues : words by S. J. 

Parker, music bv E. S. S. Huntington 

tof U. S.i 2919 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560230; 

Samuel J. Parker, Downington, Pa. 

Seguidieea ; by Emile Frascard [pseud. 
of Hugo Kaun, of Germany] op. 22 ; 
piano. (Sheet music edition. P. 1159) 

2920 

©Nov. 15, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 

E 555528; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Spanish dance, by Emile Frascard 

i pseud, of Hugo Kaun, of U. S.i op. 22, 
arr. by Chas. J. Roberts [of U. S.i ; 
full orch. with piano-conductor. 2921 
© Tan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Tan. 29; E 
555557 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Sehnsucht xach yergessex ; gedicht 

von Lenau, musik von Hans Pfitzner 

tof Germany] op. 30, no. 1. 2922 

© May 11. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551658; Adolph Fiirstner, Berlin. 

Sei mir moichel Gottexu; comedy 
song, words and music by Rubin Doc- 
tor [of U. S.i, arr. by Jack Kammen 
[of U. S.i 

2923 
© Oct. 2, 1922: 2 c. Jan. 15. 1923; 
E 555484; Jack & Joseph Kammen, 
Brooklyn. 

Selectiox oe Russiax daxces (PyccKifi 
K03aic); rev. with added original pts., 
bv M. Karlinskv tof U. S.] ; piano. 

2924 

© Jan. 5. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 

555215; Morris Karlinskv, Brooklyn'. 

[Copyright is claimed on original partsi 

Sexsuel taxgo; par Alfredo Barbirolli 
[of Italy] ; piano, 2925 

©,Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923: 
E 551613; Heugel, Paris. 

S£paratiox. See Trois emotions. 

September days; words and music bv 

D. H. Radford [of U. S.i 2926 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555795; 

Dorothy Humes Radford, Washington. 

Serexade ; by Clarence Cameron White 
[of U. S.] op. 17, no. 3; violin and 



piano. (Sheet music edition, B. 1793) 

2927 
© Oct. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29. 1923 ; 
E 555596 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

par G. Amorsi iof France] ; parties 

piano conducteur et l rrs violous. 4to. 

2928 
©Dec. 28, 1922: 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551847; G. Amorsi, Nice, France. 

(Rimpianto) ; verses by Alfredo 

Silvestri, tr. by Sigmund Spaeth, music 
by Enrico Toselli tof Italyj i Italian 
and English texts] 2929 

^ © Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
555467; Boston music co., New York. 

Sec also Gounod (Charles Fran- 
cois) — Salcede (Victor) Three ro- 
mantic idylls. 

Serexade espagxolE. See Chaminade 
(Cecile Louise Stephanie) 

Serexade Florentine; paroles de Jean 
Lahor, musique de Frederic d'Erlanger 
rof France! 2930 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923: 
E 551571 : Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. 

Serexade ix F; by G. Giosi iof Italy. 

domiciled at New Yorki, arr. by Ellis 

H. Heisley [of U. S.i ; piano. 2931 

© 1 c'. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555810: 

Guido Giosi, New York. 

SerExat a cu 'o coxtrabasso; versi e 
musica di E. A. Mario [of Italy] ; 
mand ace. Naples, E. A. Mario. 4to. 
(Piedigrotta. 1922) 2^2 

© Oct. 20. 1922; 1 c. Feb- 5,. 1923; 
E 556159; Italian book co., New York. 

SerExata d[ Lucio ; e arrivata prima- 
vera ad Alminar, dalle atto 1 Anima 
allegra, versi di Giuseppe Adami, mu- 
sica di Franco Yittadini [of Italy] 

" 2933 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11. 1923: 
E 551654; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Seven or elevex. my Dixte pair o' dice; 
from Make it snappy, words by Lew 
Brown, music bv Walter Donaldson 
iof U. S.i 2<>M 

© Jan. 25. 1923: 2 c. Jan. 27: E 
555458; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. 



Seven pteces. See Handel (Georg 
Friedrich I 



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-,)t. i [I, n. 



v. 18 



S IT A C I s ( T H E ) W H ERE MY M A M MY WAS 

born ; words by Harold Christy, mel- 
ody by Wyman Steele ti. e. S. W. 
Steele, of U. S.i 2935 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1923; E 555442; 
Samuel Wyman Steele, East Hampton, 
L. I. 

Shahrazad; Persian dance, by R. S. 
Stoughton, arr. by R. E. Hildreth lof 
U. S.i ; orch. with piano. 4to. 2936 
© Dec. 5, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 
E 555769 ; Walter Jacobs, inc., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangementi 

Sham i'l kokayeen ; Syrian song, 
words by S. Domam and G. Hadad, 
rev. -and arr. by A. Maloof tof U. S:i 

2937 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 560320; 
Alexander Maloof, Brooklyn. 

Shark (The) ; chorus, words by Laura 
E. Richards, music by R. Huntington 
Woodman rof U. S.i ; three girls' 
voices or four mixed voices. (New 
beacon octavo, no. 609) 2938 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
560131 ; Silver, Burdett & co., Newark. 
N.J. 

Sharon town ; waltz song, by H. P. 
Cross rof U. S.i 2939 

_ © Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560202; Henry P. Cross, Sharon, Conn. 

She's French, wee wee; words by 
A. A. Mier, music by L. Gerbin iof 
U. S.] New York, Alvano Mier music 
pub. co. 2940 

_ © Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553811 ; Louis Gerbin & ArturO Alvano 
Mier, New York. 

She sauntered by the swinging seas; 
words by W. E. Henley, music by 
Lewis M. Isaacs rof U. S.i 1. Sop. 
or ten. — 2. Mezzo sop. or bar. 2941 
© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 15; 
E 558046 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

She used to call me honey; words by 
I. C. Fischer, music by John W. New- 
ton rof U. S.i Buffalo, N. Y., Melody 
pub. co. 2942 

© Aug. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 553214; John C. Fischer, Chicago. 

Sheba ; Eastern romance in fox trot 
rhythm, words by W r orton David, 
music by Horatio Nicholls rof Great 
Britain] ; in E flat, i Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 2943 



© Feb. 8, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556333; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 

ShEHERazaoe ; 2nd movement of Lento, 
pt. 1, by Rimsky- Korsakoff, op. 35, 
played by Guy Maier and Lee Patti- 
son rof U. S.i, conducted by Modest 
Altschuler iof U. S.i (Ampico, red 
label, no. 61083-H) [Music roll] 2944 
© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560120 ; American piano co.. New 
York. rCopyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

pt. 2. by Rimsky-Korsakoff, op. 

35, played by Guy Maier and Lee Pat- 
tison iof U. S.i, conducted by Modest 
Altschuler rof U. S.i (Ampico, red 
label, no. 61093-H) [Music rolli 2945 
© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560102; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation.! 

Shepherds' c/rnival; novelette, by 
Chas. Edwin Williams iof U. S.i ; 
violin and pf. ( Sheet music edition, 
B 1814) 2946 

© Dec. 30. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555563 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Shepherds (The) had an angel; 
hymn, poem by Christina Rossetti, 
music by Maurice Besly rof Great 
Britaini op. 20; sop. solo and cho. of 
mixed voices, piano or organ ace. 4to. 
Curwen ed. 2947 

© Jan. 9. 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556133 ; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Ships in harbor; ballad, words by 
Henry L. Mencken, music by Franz 
C. Bornschein rof U. S.] ; male voices. 
(Fischer edition, select part-songs, 
third series, no. 5226) 4to. 2948 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560247; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

ShuEEle along; selection of the best 
numbers from the musical comedy 
revue, words by various authors, music 
by Laurence Emlyn tof England] 2949 
'© Jan. 24, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9: E 
556215; St. Giles pub. co., ltd., London. 

SpiuEElin' along; fox trot, by Nat D. 

Ayer rof L T . S.], arr. by Debroy Som- 

ers ; piano. 2950 

.© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 

553760; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Si LE bonheur. See Gounod (Charles 
•Francois) 



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2966 



Si LES EEMMES ETATENT DES ELEURS ; OU, 
Si les femmes, paroles de E. Dumont, 
musique de F. L. Benech [of France] 

2951 
© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556225 ; F. L. Benech, Paris. 

Si loca ; versi di Alberto Rossi, musica 
di E. A. Mario rof Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Naples, E. A. Mario. 4to. (Piedi- 
grotta, 1922) 2952 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 
E 556161; Italian book co., New York. 

Sibelius (Jean) Danse; par J. Sibelius 
rof Finlandi op. 98 b . ed. and rev. by 
Julia A. Burt iof U. S.i ; piano. (Wil- 
helm Hansen edition, no. 2268 : Suite 
champetre, no. 3) 2953 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
E 551651 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revising] 

Sicilian ELOWER ( Fiore si cilia no); 

waltzer, by J. Lo Cascio iof U. S.i ; 

1st violin. 2954 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1923; E 555445; 

Joseph Lo Cascio, Bayonne, N. J. 



SlCIElENN; 
ancien. 



See Suite dans le style 



Sign (The) oe the rose; lyrics by Lew- 
Brown, music by Leo Edwards [of 
U. S.i 2955 

© Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
553803 : Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. 

SiEVER STARS: fox trot, by Wenrich, 
played by Edgar Fairchild and Her- 
bert Clair tof U. S.i ; in D flat. (Am- 
pico, word roll, no. 202831-F) [Music 
roll] 2956 

© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c, Feb. 16, 1923;. 
E 560107; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Since I Eirst met you; words and music 
by H. L. Stone rof U. S.i New York- 
Chicago — Spokane, Harry L. Stone 
music pub. co. 2957 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Tan. 25; E 
553995; Harry L. Stone, Spokane, 
Wash. 

Sing, O sing; part-song, Avords by Agnes 
Lockhart Hughes, music by James P. 
Dunn rof U. S.i ; sop. 1, 2 and alto. 
(Fischer edition, choruses in octavo 
form, no. 5231) 2958 



© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560248; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Six fugues. See Handel (Georg Fried- 
rich) Seven pieces [and] Six fugles. 

Skating party; by Marie Rose Wilking 



[of U. S.] op. 



piano. 



2959 



© lc. Jan. 31. 1923; E 555687; 
Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. 

Cica3KH cTapoii 6a6yniKn (Contes de la 
vieille grand-mere) ; by Serge Proko- 
fieff, op. 31, ed. by F. H. Schneider tof 
Germany] ; piano. 1-4. Moscow, A. 
Gutheil. 2960 

© July 1, 1922; 1 c. Tan. 19, 1923: 
E 551964; Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

Sleepy; novelty fox trot, words and 

music by Ray Perkins [of U. S.i 2961 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 

560253; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. 

Slow, horses, slow ! words by Thomas 
Westwood, music by Roger Jalowicz 
tof Great Britain] ; in C sharp miri. 

, 2962 
© Dec. 7. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 
E 551949; Boosey & co., London. 

St.ummervisa (Schlummerliedchcn) ; 
fri forsvenskning av Raf. Lindquist, 
musik av Erkki Melartin, op. 106, no. 
5. cd. and rev. by Julia A. Burt rof 
U. S.i ( Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 
2281) 2963 

_ © Feb. 3, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
560341 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copenhagen. 

Smile Through voir tears; by Ham- 
blen, played by Edgar Fairchild rof 
U. S.i ; in F. ( Ampico, word roll, no. 
751-F) [Music ..roll] 2964 

© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560116; American piano co.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Smiles and tears; words and music by 
W. A. Moloney rof U. S.] 2965 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; E 555378; 
Walter A. Moloney, Altoona, Pa. 

Snake (The) charmer's song. See 
Treharne (Bryceson) Five Oriental 
songs. 

Snakes* hips; words and melody by 
Spencer Williams iof U. S.i 2966 

© 1 c. Feb. 26. 1923: E 560333; 
Leo. Feist, inc.. New York. 



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2967 



>t. iii,n. s., v. 18 



Sneak (The) ; fox trot, by Brown, 
played by the Original piano trio lof 
U. S.] ; in B flat. (Ampico, word 
roll, no. 202771-F) [Music roll] 2967 
, © Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560113; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Sobre LAS olas (Over the waves) ; 
waltz, by Jnventino Rosas, ed. by W. F. 
Ambrosio rof U. S.i ; violin or mand. 
and pf. (Superior edition, 3803) 2968 
© Dec. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555621; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

SOCIALISTI, NAZIONALISTr E FASCISTF; 

polka brillante, di V. Spadea tof U. S.i ; 
violin, mand., clarinet, or cornet with 
B flat trombone and pf. 2969 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553807; V. Spadea, New York. 

Soldier's love for his dear old mother; 
words by M. Keenan, music by Norrie 
Bernard [of U. S.i New York, Lenox 
co. 2970 

© Apr. 18, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 
E 555768; Matty Keenan, Brooklyn. 

Soltloque. See Fontaine (Leon J.) 
vSix esquisses. 

Solitude; valse, par Roderik Welhausen 

rof- Sweden] ; piano. 2971 

© Dec. 7, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 

E 556154; Carl Gehrmans musikforlag, 

Stockholm, Sweden. 

Solo di Consuelo; piuttosto che cio av- 
venga, dalle atto 3 Anima allegra, yersi 
di Giuseppe Adami, musica di Franco 
Vittadini [of Italy] 2972 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
E 551653; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Solve jg's song. See Grieg (Edvard 
Hagerup) Peer Gynt suite no. 2. 

Some day you'll know : words and 
melody by G. L. Fisher tof U. S.i 2973 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555833; 
Garnett L. Fisher, San Francisco. 

Some one cares; words by N. Sund- 

berg, melodv bv Arnold T. Lax [of 

U. S.i 2974 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555846; 

Nathan Sundberg, Portland, Or. 

Some sweet day ; bv L. A. Dalv tof 
U. S.i; piano. 2975 

1 



© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 553797; 
Lewis Alden Daly, New York. 

Somebody ; lvric bv Lida Bender, melodv 

by Arnold T. Lax [0 f U. S.i 2976 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 560039; 

Mrs. Frank Bender, Stroudsburg, Pa. 

Someone; words and music by L. E. 
Abel rof U. S.] 2977 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; E 553975; 
L. Earl Abel, San Antonio. 

Somervell (Arthur) Twelve Tenny- 
son poems ; set to music by A. Som- 
ervell tof Great Britaim (Cover-title: 
Tennyson album) 2978 

©.Dec. 21, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 
E 551955; Boosey & co., London. 

Something is calling me back to the 

farm ; words by H. Laird, music bv 

E. S. S. Huntington tof U. S.i 2979 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560226; 

Hartzel Laird, Hutchinson, Kans. 

Sometime, somewhere, my dear; words 
and music bv L. R. Avers [of U. S.i 

2980 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553820; 
Lenard Richard Avers, Fitzsimons, 
Col. 

Sometimes a single hour; words by 
Abram Rvan, music bv Richard 
Kountz iof U. S.i 2981 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
560010; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Sometimes, with deep regret; words 

anon., music by Frank Lambert rof 

Great Britaim " 2982 

©^ Dec. 22, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923 ; 

E 551942; Boosey & co., London. 

Somewhere in dear old Tennessee ; 

words bv B. B. Rich, music bv E. S. S. 

Huntington tof U. S.i 2933 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560205; 

Bessie Beatrice Rich, Huntsville, Ala. 

Somewhere in somebody's arms; words 
and music by Bert Kalmar, Harrv 
Rubv and Harrv Carroll tof U. S.i 

2984 
© Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553810; Waterson/ Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

Somewhere — somehow — -someday; 
words and music by Harry Carroll 
and Dave Harris tof U. S.i 2985 

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3003 



© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 25; E 
553623 ; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

Somewhere the day is beautiful; 
words bv A. L. McGordon, music bv 
Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.i, arr. by Theo'. 
G. Beach tof U. S.] 2986 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553850; 
Addie L. McGordon, Pulaski, Va. 

Sonaten. See Beethoven (Ludwigvan) 

Sonatina on Weesh themes ; by Cyril 
Jenkins [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

2987 
© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 17; E 
551822; Cary & co., London. 

Song fancies ; music by Landon Ronald 
tof Great Britain] ; medium voice. 
Contents: 1. A call; words by Arthur 
- L. Salmon. — 2. Had I the heavens' 
embroidered cloths; words by W. B. 
Yeats. — 3. There's a stream ; words 
bv Timothy Durham. — 4. Wander- 
thirst; words by Gerald Gould. 2988 
_ © Jan. 11, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 
556084; Enoch & sons, London. 

Soxg (A) of consecration; words by 
Charles Wesley, music by Dion W. 
Kennedy tof U. S.] ; high voice, organ 
ace. 2989 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 16; E 
560057; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Soxg of dawn ; words and melody by 
S. Paramananda [of India] 2990 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1923; E 560309; 
Swami Paramananda, Boston. 

Song of ProspErpine ; words by Shelley, 

music by Maurice Besly [of Great 

Britain] op. 21, no. 3. 2991 

© Dec. 16, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 

E 551952; Boosey & co., London. 

Song of Saskatchewan ; words by Geo. 
H. Mather, music by A. H. Dempsey 
tof Canada] 2992 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 5; E 
556190; A. Helen Dempsey, Moose 
Jaw, Canada. 

Song (A) of the future; double cho- 
rus, text by Sidney Lanier, music by 
Philip James [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Modern series, no. 254) 2993 
© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 16; E 
560056; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Song of the mystic river; part-song, 
words and music by Gertrude Knox 
Willis [of U. S.] ; sop. and alto. 



(Fischer edition, choruses in octavo 

form, no. 5229) 2994 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 

560246; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Song of the sea nymph ; by Wm. H. 
Potstock [of U. S.] op. 16, no. 2; pf. 
(Sheet music edition, P. 1171: Musi- 
cal zephyrs) 2995 
© Oct. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555617; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Song without words; by Alfred J. 

Thompson tof England] op. 12, no. 2; 

piano. 2996 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555673 ; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

SOXGS FROM MANY EANDS ; 30 folk- 

songs, arr. by celebrated composers 
with new tr. bv Helen Taylor, ed. by 
Alfred J. Swan [of U. S.] 2997 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 
556033; Enoch & sons, London. 

Sonnet (Un) d'amour (A song of 

love) ; by Geo. H. Sanders [of U. S.] ; 

orch. 4to. 2998 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 16; E 

558114; Harms, inc., New York. 

Sound (The) of the sea; words from 
Longfellow's poem, music by Bertha 
Weber tof U. S.] 2999 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
560200; Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. 

Sous-bois. See MusiCanada. 

Sous ta fenetre; by Gustave Ferrari 
tof France] ; violin and pf. 3000 

'© Dec. 15, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; 
E 556008; Schott & co., London. 

Southern nights.; waltz, by Charles 

Ancliffe [of Great Britain] ; pf. 3001 

©_Jan. 15, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 2; E 

556174; Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 

ltd., London. 

Southern songs; words by Arthur S. 
Josselyn, melody by Al Spencer [of 
U. S.], ed. and arr. by M. L. Lake tof 
U. S.] 3002 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555386; Alpha music co., Providence, 
R. I. 

Souvenir (Le) ; poesie de Leon Dau- 

bail, musique de Casimir Renard [of 

France] op. 195. 3003 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551579; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 



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3004 



pt. 1 1 r, n. s.. v. 18 



Souvenir russe; by Charles Kovacs [of 

U. S.] op. 78; violin and pf. (Sheet 

music edition, B. 1817) 3004 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29. 1923; 

E 555571 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Spanish dance (Romanza andaluza) ; 
by Pablo de Sarasate, op. 22, arr. by 
Chas. J. Roberts [of U. S.i ; full orch., 
with piano conductor. 3005 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555562; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Spanish Rose; words by L. R. Coccia, 
music by Vincent Berardi rof U. S.i 

3006 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555839 ; Berardi Coccia music pub. co., 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Spanish serenade ; by Alfred J. Thomp- 
son [of England! op. 14 ; pf. 3007 
© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555672; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

Spanoea (The) dance; words by M. 

Scott, music bv Oliver D. Hillman 

[of U. S.] 3008 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 

555495 ; Maceo- Scott, Chicago. 

Sparkling wine; words by J. Gardiner, 
melody by Arnold T. Lax rof U. S.i 

3009 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555834; 
Jennie Gardiner, Rutherford. N. J. 

Speed the day ; words and music by 

R. J. Carew lof U. S.i, arr. bv Y\ llliam 

Hewitt Penn lof U. S.i 3010 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 560050; 

Roy Johnson Carew, Washington. 

Spirit oe ministreesy; march, by K. L. 
King lof U. S.i ; band. 4to. Cincin- 
nati, O., Fillmore music house. 3011 
© Feb. 7, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555969 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Sporck (Georges) Nocturne; par G. 
Sporck i of Francei : piano conducteur. 
Paris, Edition analvtique des ciassiques. 

3012 
© Dec. 31, 1022; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
• E 556228 ; Georges Sporck, Paris. 

Sporttna polk ; di T. Lo Cascio tof 
U. S.i ; 1st violin. 3013 

© 1 c. Jan. 26. 1923: E 555446; 
Joseph Lo Cascio,- Bayonne, N. J. 

Spread it abroad; from Carry on, words 
and music by D. S. Drake lof U. S.i 

3014 



© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560153; 
Dorothy Sussdorff Drake, Oakland, 
N.J. 

Spring; waltz-song, words by Elizabeth 
Session, music by Elizabeth Thorn 
Boutelle iof U. S.i ; low voice in E 
flat. ■ 3015 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
560021 ; Harold Flammer, inc.. New 
York. 

Spring bursts to-day ; Easter carol, 
words by Christina Rossetti, music by 
Geoffrey Shaw iof Englandi ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Musical times, Feb. 1, 
1923) 3016 

© Jan. 30. 1923: 1 c. Feb. 2; E 
556094; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Sprtng showers (Friihlingsregen) ; by 
Wilhelm Fink, op. 174, ed. and fingered 
by W. F. Ambrosio [of U. S.i ; piano. 

3017 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1023; 

E 555599; Carl Fischer, New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement' 

St wrs o" lovE: melody, bv George 
Iviis^o iof U. S.i, arr. by A. Pedace 
[of U. S.i 3018 

© 1 c. Feb. 14. 1923; E 560036; 
Triangle music pub. co., inc., New 
York.' 

Standard children's songs; more than 
one hundred and fifty songs for young 
folks, compiled bv Albert E. Wier iof 
U. S.i ( Music for the million series, 
no. 5) 8vo. 3019 

© Dec. 15. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1923; 
aft". Jan. 19: A 695605; Mumil pub. co., 
inc.. New York. 

Star-eves : words by Adcle De Leeuw, 

music bv Oley Speaks rof U. S.i : high 

in G. 3020 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

555825; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Star-spangled (The) banner; words 
by Francis Scott Kev. arr. by Robert 
W. Stevens iof U. S.i ; mixed voices. 
4to. 3021 

© Feb. 22. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17: E 
560170; Gamble hinged music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Stella vEnEziana; mazurka, by S. Pa- 

tane iof Italy, domiciled at New 

Yorki : mand. or violin. 3022 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923: E 555388; 

Sebastiano Patane, New York. 



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3039 



Stepping some; fox trot, by D. Robbins 
iof U. S.i ; pf. 3023 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555900; 
David Robbins, New York. 

Sterns (Jack) Dance; words and mu- 
sic by J. Stern and Ed. Kamnetz [of 
U. S.i 3024 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15 ; E 
558050 ; Beilin and Horowitz, inc., New 
York. 

StillE (Die) stadt; gedicht von Deh- 
mel, musik von Hans Pfitzner [of Ger- 
many] op. 29, no. 4. 3025 
©Jan. 18, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551662; Adolph Fiirstner, Berlin. 

Stolen hours ; words by Roland Merry, 
music by Winifred Yaughan tof Eng- 
land] : in E flat. 3026 
© Jan. 26, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 31; E 
556336 ; Joseph Henry Larway, Lon- 
don. 

Stomp (The) ; house rent blues, words 
bv Will H. Hendrickson, music by De 
Koven Thompson iof U. S.i 3027 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19: E 
560145 ; Ted Browne music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Stomp with these good times blues; 

words and music by E. C. Lucas rof 

U. S.i 3028 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555938; 

Emery Charles Lucas, Washington. 

Stop; fox trot novelty, by Harold Ben- 
nett rof U. S.] ; band. 4to. Cincinnati, 
O., Fillmore music house. 3029 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555505 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Story (The) of the Kalandar. See 
Scheherazade. 

Stradella - overtures. See F 1 o t o w 
(Friedrich von) 

Strasser (William) Melodie; by W. 
Strasser tof Czecho- Slovakia, domiciled 
at New York] ; violoncello and pf. 
(Mood pictures) 3030 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
553954; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Strauss (Richard) Ariadne on Naxos ; 
opera in one act, with a prelude by 
Hugo von Hofmannsthal, tr. into Eng- 
lish by Alfred Kalisch, music by R. 
Strauss iof Germany] op. 60, vocal sc. 
by Otto Singer tof Germany] New 
version. 3031 

©.Nov. 30, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; 
E 556165 ; Adolph Fiirstner, Berlin. 



Strike-strike-strike; words by B. Gor- 
man, melodv bv E. Gorman tof U. S.i, 
arr. by Harry Alford rof U. S.i 3032 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553570; 
Billy and Eddie Gorman, Chicago. 

Study on a Chinese theme: by Aren- 
sky, op. 25, no. 3, played by Robert 
Braun iof U. S.i (Ampico, no. 
60903-K) i Music roll] 3033 

© June 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560104 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Stumbling ; fox trot, by Confrey, p'ayed 
by Herbert Clair rof U. S.i, assisted 
by Edgar Fairchild iof U. S.i ; in A 
flat. (Ampico, word roll, no. 
202571-F) f Music roll] 3034 

© June 20. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560115; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation! 

Sufra ! tango milonga, par F. Canaro 

tof Uruguav] ; piano. 3035 

© Dec. 31. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 

E 556232; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Sugar baby ; lullaby, lyrics and melodv 
by R. L. Griggs rof" U. S.i, arr. by 
Harry French 10 f U. S.] ' 3036 

© 1 c. music Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. 
words Feb. 12; E 553993; Rosa Locke 
Griggs, Detroit. 

Sugar blues ; words by Lucy Fletcher, 
music bv Clarence Williams [of U. S.] 

3037 
© Jan. 30, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 31. 1 c. 
Feb. 9; E 555964; Clarence Williams 
music pub. co., inc., New York. 

Sugar cane land; from Oh took, words 
by M. J. Gunsky, music by Nat Gold- 
stein jof U. S.i 3038 
© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555629; Nat Goldstein music pub. co., 
San Francisco. 

Suite no. 6. See Bach (Johann Sebas- 
tian) 

Suite champ£tre; par Jean Sibelius tof 
Finland] op. 98 b , ed. and rev. by Tulia 
A. Burt iof U. S.i ; piano. (Wilhelm 
Hansen edition, no. 2266) Contents: 
1. Piece caracteristique. — 2. Melodie 
elegiaque.— 3. Danse. 3039 

© Dec. 28. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; 
E 551649; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision] 



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Suits dans LE style anclen (Suite in 
den ouden vorm) ; par Jan Blockx tof 
Belgium] Contents : 1. Prelude. — 
2. Air. — 3. Sicilienne. — 4. Gavotte et 
musette. 1. Parties d'orch. separees. — 
2. Partition orchestre. 3040, 3041 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. each Jan. 9, 
1923; E 551611, 551612; Heugel, Paris. 

Sullivan's Irish jigs, no. 1 ; composed, 
arr. and played by Dan J. Sullivan rof 
U. S.i (Ampico, no. 61133-E) Con- 
tents : 1. Connaughtman's rambles. — 
2. Irish washerwoman. [Music rolli 

3042 
© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560084; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation! 

Sullivan's Irish jigs, no. 2; composed, 
arr. and played by Dan J. Sullivan tof 
U. S.] (Ampico, no. 61141-E) Con- 
tents: 1. The frost is all over. — 2. 
Donnybrooks fair. [Music roll] 3043 
© Aug. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923 ; 
. E 560122; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Summer (A) dream ; by John J. Thomas 

tof England] ; pf. 3044 

,© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555670 ; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

Summit; march, by Harold Bennett [of 
U. S.] ; band. Cincinnati, O., Fill- 
more music house. 4to. 3045 

I © Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555499; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Sun-kist rose; words and music by Cal 

De Voll tof U. S.] 3046 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 

560196; A. J. Stasny music co., inc., 

New York. 

Sunny Jim ; words by Jack Needham, 
music by Joe Murphy and Geo. B. 
McConnell tof U. S.i 3047 

© Dec. 12, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 18; E 
554806; Barney Abramowitz, New- 
York. 

Sunshine dance; by G. Tromlitz [of 
U. S.i; piano. [Blueprint] 3048 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 
555722; Oscar Tromlitz, Cleveland. 

Suomi ; waltz, by Lionel Neame and Dal- 
< ton Marshall tof England] ; piano. 

3049 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 16; E 
551819; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 



Supplication. 5V? Fontaine (Leon J.) 
Six esquisses. 

Suppose nobody cared ; words and arr. 
by F. Anderson, melody by R. E. 
Spencer tof U. S.i 3050 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923; E 560047; 
Robert Elliott Spencer and Frank An- 
derson, San Francisco. 

Susannah's squeaking shoes ; fox trot, 
from the 9 o'clock revue, by Muriel 
Lillie tof Great Britain] ; piano, with 
words by Arthur Weigall. 3051 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556222; Cecil Lennox & co., London. 

Sway with me; from Lady Butterfly, 
words by Clifford Grey, music by Wer- 
ner Janssen tof U. S.i 3052 
© Jan. 31, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; E 
553752; Harms, inc., New York. 

Sweet chiming bells ; words and music 

by J. A. Gosline tof Canada] 3053 

© Dec. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1923; 

E 555460 ; John Albert Gosline, Boston. 

SwEET (The) Doreen; lyric by E. Mar- 
tin, music by E. S. S. Huntington tof 
U. S.i 3054 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555922; 
Elisabeth Martin, Lindenhurst, N. Y. 

SwEET dreams; intermezzo, by Ernest 
A. Dicks tof Great Britain] ; piano. 

3055 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 17; E 

551821 ; Banks & son, York, England. 

Sweet Ida Jane ; words and music bv 

Wm. H. Wright tof U. S.i 3056 

© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 26, 1 c. 

Jan. 29, 1923; E 551199; Dolart & co., 

London. 

SwEET Indiana home ; fox trot, by Don- 
aldson, played by Herbert Clair tof 
U. S.i ; in A flat. (Ampico, word roll, 
no. 202821-F) tMusic roll] 3057 

© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c.Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560079; American piano co., New 
York.^ tCopyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

SwEET IonE; melody by J. B. Smith tof 
U.S.], arr. by Leonard L. Vos Burgh 
tof U. S.i 3058 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555838; 
James B. Smith, % Orchestration 
service, inc., New York. 

SwEET Lady Moll. See Old world dance 
. songs. 



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3077 



Sweet Louise; words and melody by 
D. L. Samuels tof U. S.i 3059 

i© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; E 555725; 
Donald L. Samuels, New York. 

Sweet Marguerite; words and music 
by Ted Day [i. e. T. A. Day, of U. S.i 

3060 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923: E 553769; 
Theodore A. Day, Denver. 

Sweet memories; waltz, by R. S. Mor- 
rison [of U. S.i ; piano. Boston — 
New York — Chicago, Evans music co. 

3061 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 
553989; M. T. Evans, Boston. 

Sweet one; words and music by Al Jol- 

son and Louis Silvers [of U. S.i 3062 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 

553759 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York. 

SwEET papa mine; words by A. B. 

Skiles, music by Lillian Bowman tof 

U. S.i 3063 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555904; 

Alice Briswalter Skiles, Grayville, 111. 

Sweet Rose machreE; words and music 

by C. B. Weston [of U. Sj 3064 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

553919; Charles B. Weston, Brooklyn. 

Sweet western wind ; poem by Robert 
Herrick, music by C. Wright rof 
U. S.i ; high voice. 3065 

© Feb 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553788; Cecil Wright, Glen Falls, 
N. Y. 

Sweetest (The) whitest rose; mother 
song, words bv E. T. Reed, music by 
N. Reed tof U. S.i, arr. by Carrie B. 
Adams tof U. S.i 3066 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
555493 ; Edwin T. Reed and Neil Reed, 
Corvalles, Or. 

Sweetheart; duet, from Caroline, words 
by Harry B. Smith [of U. S.i, musk 
by Eduard Kiinneke. 3067 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
558011 ; Harms, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on revised lyrics] 



-words by L. I. Sussman, melody by 

Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.i 3068 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555883; 
Louis I. Sussman, Minneapolis. 

193 



Sweetheart eor you I'm pining ; words 
and arr. by R. A. Long, music by 
George Graff, jr. t of U. S.i 3069 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 560182; 
Robert Alfred Long, Wayne, Pa. 

Sweetheart Neee; words and music by 
C. Smith, Ray S. .Schild and Elmer 
Desmond tof U. S.i ; piano with words. 

3070 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
553905 ; Chas. Smith, Chicago. 

Swing (The) ; words by Robert Louis 
Stevenson, music by Waddington 
Cooke rof Great Britain] ; 2 treble 
voices in A. 4to. (Anglo-French 
unison and part-songs, no. 1007) 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 3071 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 23; E 
551937; Anglo-French music co., ltd., 
London. 

Swingin' down the lane; words by 

Gus Kahn, melody bv Isham Jones rof 

U. S.i 3072 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923.; E 560338; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Swinging with Cupid; valse ballet, by 

Frank E. Hersom [of U. S.i ; pf. 3073 

© Dec. 13, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 

E 555777 ; W r alter Jacobs, inc., Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement; 

Sympathy. See Child poems. 

Symphonic rhapsody; by A. Walter 

Kramer tof U.- S.] op. 35 ; violin with 

piano ace, in F minor. 3074 

©^Dec. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 

E 555544 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Syrena album ; 54 dances, bv E. Ptak 
rof U. S.fr 1st violin. 3075 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923; E 555681; 
Edward Ptak, Pittsburgh. 

Ta ta blues ; words and melody by 
Henry Busse, Ben Russell and Henry 
Santley rof U. S.], arr. bv B. Russell. 

3076 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 560334; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Take' me back to dear old mamy she's 
my sweet Missouri rose; words and 
melody bv C. E. McClanahan tof 
U. Sj ' 3077 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555637; 
C. Eugene McClanahan, Kansas City, 
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Take me back to my old prairie home; 
words by L. Church, melody by Her- 
man Dubois [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.i 3078 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553776; 
Lillian Church, Mountain, Wis. 

Tale (A) at twilight. See Child- 
hood's happy days. 

TallahassiE (The) girl; words by 
G. Shewack, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. Beach rof 
U. S.] 3079 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553849; 
Geo. Shewack, West Hazelton, Pa. 

Tambourin chinois; by Kreisler, op. 3, 
arr. and played by the Original piano 
trio rof U. S.] (Ampico, no. 60943-J) 
[Music roll] 3080 

© June 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560081 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Tantalizin' mama; words by Alex 

Gerber and J. Preston Johnson, music 

by Max Kortlander [of U. S.] 3081 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 

558095 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Tantum ergo; motet, musique de Jacques 
Pillois [of France] ; ten. solo et chceur 
a 3 voix avec orgue. 4to. (Trois 
chants sacres, no. 3) 3082 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551850; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 

Tar HEEL blues; fox trot, by M. E. 
Coffin [of U. S.] ; piano. 3083 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553761; 
Millard E. Coffin, Wilmington, Del. 

Tarantella abbruzzesE; by Antonio 

QuintaA^alle tof Italy, domiciled at 

Philadelphia, Pa.] ; piano. 3084 

© 1 c. Feb. 31, 1923; E 553764; 

Giuseppe Russo, Philadelphia. 

Teach me, dear mother; words by D. 

Shaeffer, melody by Herman Dubois 

[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.i 3085 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555882; 

Doyle Shaeffer, Apolla, Pa. 

Teach me how; from Take a chance, 

words and music by Harold Orlob [of 

U. S.i 3086 

© Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 

555804; Harms, inc., New York. 

Tears. See Mayer (Max) Five old 
Chinese lyrics. 



Technical exercises. See MacDowell 
(Edward Alexander) 

Technique (The) oe the eidd-le bow; 
by J. Hullah Brown [of Great Brit- 
ain] (Berner's edition, no. 714) 3087 
© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1923; 
E 551836; Joseph Williams, ltd., 
London. 

Tell 'em about me blues ; words and 

melody by L. Stevens [of U. S.i, arr. 

by Grace Johnson [of U. S.i 3088 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555847; 

Eathair Stevens, Chicago. 

Tell it to Jesus. See Musical melodies. 

Tell me again how much you love 
me; words and melody by E. R. Ayers 
tof U. S.] 3089 

© 1 c. Feb. 6. 1923; E 553821; 
Lenard Richard Avers, Fitzsimons, 
Col. 

Tell me with smiles; from Bombo, 
by Cliff Friend and Walter Hirsch, 
arr. by W. C. Polla tof U. S.i ; orch., 
with words. 4to. 3090 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14: E 
560019; Richmond-Robbins, inc., New 
York. 

■ words and music by Cliff 

Friend and Walter Hirsch [of U. S.i 

3091 
© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
560020; Richmond Robbins, inc., New 
York. 

TelliER (Norman) Intermezzo; by N. 
Tellier tof England] op. 25; piano. 

3092 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555663 ; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

Temptation vai.se. See Dance suite 
form Decameron nights. 

Tenderly — sweetheart; words by Jean 
Allan Martyn, music by August Hal- 
ter tof U. S.] 3093 
© Nov. 1. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1923; 
E 560180; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Tenebrae. See Before sunrise. 

Terez (Der) ; old folks song, words and 
melody by A. King t of U. S.i 3094 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560274; 
Adolph King, New York. 

Tess oe the storm country ; words and 
. music by Gale Adams [of U. S.] 3095 



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3113 



© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 560164; 
Aime Napoleon Fregeau, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Texas beuebonnet song; rondel, words 

and music by J. D. Owen tof U. S.i ; 

unison or two-part cho. 3096 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 13; E 

555947 ; Julia D. Owen, Navasota, Tex. 

Thank God for a garden : by Del 
Riego, played by Edgar Fairchild [of 
U. S.] ; in A flat. (Ampico, word roll, 
no. 701-F) [Music roll] 3097 

© June 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560096; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

That American boy of mine; from 
The dancing girl, words by Irving 
Caesar, music by George Gershwin tof 
U. S.] 3098 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 
555661 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

That boyhood pal of mine; words by 
C. D. F. Peters, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.], arr. by Theo.' G. Beach [of 
U. S.] 3099 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558064; 
C. D. F. Peters, Fitchburg, Mass. 

That cut-out dance from Charleston 
town ; words and melody by Joe Grey, 
Leo Wood and A. Harrington Gibbs 
iof U. S.], arr. by L. Wood. 3100 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 560335; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

That Easter morn ; carol - anthem, 
words from 15th century tr. by J. M. 
Neale, music by J. Sebastian Matthews 
rof U. S.i ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
(G. S. 8vo choruses, no. 7020) 3101 
© Feb. 3, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; E 
553924; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

That I may love like Thee; words by 
Joseph Henry Southwick, music by 
T. Jones tof England] (In Gospel 
songs, series nos. 11 & 12) 3102 

© Dec. 10, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; 
E 556119; Tom Jones, Filey, England. 

That little grey house without any 
key; by Ernest R. Ball, sc. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch., in C, 
with words. 4to. 3103 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
560027; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

1 



That old razor strop; words and mu- 
sic by E. M. Bartlett [of U. S.i 3104 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
558022 ; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Hart- 
ford, Ark. 

That red head gal ; words and music 

bv Van Schenck and Henry Lodge [of 

U. S.] 3105 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 

560269; Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 

That roamin' Romeo ; words and music 
,by Bert Wesley [pseud., of U. S.i, arr. 
bv B. W r esley and William P. Held tof 
U. Sj 3106 

© 1 c. Feb. 3. 1923; E 560070; 
Wesley E. Ungerbuehler, Philadelphia. 

That's how I love you ; words by F. 
Martelle, music by Everett J. Evans 
iof U. S.i Invincible ed. New York, 
Invincible music co., inc. 3107 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 
553943; Francis Martelle, Beacon, 
N. Y. 

That's why I'm lonesome and blue; 

words bv C. E. Brosie, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington tof U. S.i 3108 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560212; 

C. E. Brosie, Kansas City, Mo. 

That's why I'm longing for you ; 
waltz, words and music by George Rex 
and Fred Tibbott [of Canada] 3109 
© Jan. 13, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 20; E 
553566; Le Roy music pub. co., Van- 
couver, Canada. 

That snow clad mountain girl; words 
by E. A. Blossom, music by Harry 
Jay [of U. S.] . 3110 

© Feb. 17, 1923; 2 c Feb. 19; E 
560157; Edward A. Blossom, Los 
Angeles. 

That SwaneE lullaby; words by J. A. 

Bolander, melody by Robert H. Bren- 

nen rof U. S.] 3111 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555815; J. A. 

Bolander, Pittsburgh. 

Thelma ; words by B. Bonea, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. rof V. S.i, arr. by 

Theo. G. Beach rof U. S.i 3112 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; £ 558071; 

Birdie Bonea, Omaha, Neb. 

There came three kings; adapted and 
har. from a Noel of Vendee by E. P. 
rof Great Britaim (In University 
card book, bk. 1, pt. 2) ■ ■'■ 3113 

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There came Three kings — Continued. 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; 
E 551703; A. W. Ridley & co ; , West- 
minster, England. [Copyright is 
claimed on adaptation and harmoniza- 
tion] 

There'll always be honey in our 
honeymoon ; fox trot ballad, words 
and music bv E. E. Wilson rof U. S.i 

3114 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555640; 
Edwin Erl Wilson, Dayton, O. 

There'll come a time you will want 

me back again; words and music bv 

J. Broderick iof U. S.i 3115 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555517; Jack Broderick, New York. 

There's a corner in my heart all your 
own ; words by N. W. Viele. music 
bv Geo. Graft, jr. [of U. S.i, arr. bv 
fheo. G. Beach rof U. S.i 3116 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558067; 
Nellie .W. Yiele, Saratoga Springs, 
N. Y. 

There's a mother and a father who 
are FEEBLE, old and gray; words by 
A. F. Koontz, music bv Geo. Graff, 
jr. rof U. S.i, arr. bv Theo. G. Beach 
tof U. S.i 3117 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558060; 
Amy Fern Koontz, Atwood, Kan. 

There's a nest in Gypsyland; words 
by Ray Foster and Niles Granlund, 
music bv Billy Baskette iof U. S.i 

3118 
© Jan. 29. 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555513; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

There's a rose in Rosenbloom. Rosie; 
lyric bv I. E. Price, melodv bv Her- 
man A" Hummel rof U. S.i " 3119 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; E 553972; 
Ira E. Price, Cleveland. 

There's a stream. See Song fancies. 

There's a wideness in God's mercy ; 
words by Frederick W. Faber, music 
by W. T. Porter rof U. S.i ; high voice, 
in F. - 3120 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
553565 ; Willis music co., Cincinnati. 

There's no light a' burning in the 
window; words by P. C. Piatt, music 
by S. C. Powell tof U. S.i 3121 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
558101 ; Shelby C. Powell and Phoebe 
Cornell Piatt, Los Angeles. 

J 



There's no love like a mother's love ; 

words by H. P. McClimans, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington rof U. S.i 3122 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555931: 

H. P. McClimans, Jamestown, Pa. 

There's no one like my Uncle Sam; 
words by A. Keplinger, music by Elliott 
Markham rof U. S.i 3123 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
560186; Annie Keplinger, Wash- 
burn, Mo. 

There's only one girl; from The co- 
optimists, words by Eric Blore, music 
by Melville Gideon rof England] ; in 
E flat. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] 3124 
© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; 
E 551739; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

This glad Easter day ; English text by 
Helen A. Dickinson, traditional Nor- 
wegian music arr. by Clarence Dick- 
inson rof U. S.i ; mixed voices, organ 
ace. 4to. (Sacred choruses, no. 104) 

3125 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 

553937; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

This last little sweetheart oe mine; 
words by Charles William Pollock, 
music by J. H. Broughton rof U. S.i 

3126 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923: E 553783; 

John Harold Broughton, Racine, Wis. 

This year; words by Eliza J. Cleven- 
ger, music by Louis Koemmenich tof 
U. S.i; medium voice, in C. (Sheet 
music edition, V 775) 3127 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. Tan. 29; E 
555559; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Those beautiful styles; words and 
music by R. A. Long rof U. S.i 3128 
© 1 c Feb. 12, 1923; E 560183; 
Robert Alfred Long, Wayne, Pa. 

Those silvery bells ; words by Percy 
Edgar, music bv Mark Strong rof 
England] 3129 

© Dec. 26, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1923; 
E 560195 ; A. J. Stasny music co., inc., 
New York. 

Those sineul bll t Es ; fox trot, melody 
by Gus Hansman ri. e. A. H. Hans- 
man, of U. S.i 3130 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555676; 
August H. Hansman, St. Louis. 

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3147 



Thou brilliant bird (Charmant oi- 
seau) ; from La perle du Bresil, words 
from the French of Gabriel et St. 
Etienne, music bv Felicien David, ed. 
by N. Clifford Page [of U. S.] ; high 
voice, in G, with flute ad lib. (Oper- 
atic songs and duets, Carl Fischer edi- 
tion, series 5 : Superior edition, no. 
5560) [English and French text] 3131 
© Dec. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555529; pari Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Though my carriage; part-song, by 
Thomas Weelkes, ed. by Sydney Grew 

- iof Great Britaini ; three male voices. 
Polymetric ed. 4to. (Sixteenth cen- 
tury vocal music : Ayeres or phantas- 
ticke spirites for three voices, no. 9) 

3132 
© Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556137; J. Cur wen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Thoughts of an evening; words and 
music by G. P. Walter [of U. S.] 

3133 
© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 
553804; Geo. P. Walter, Brownwood, 
Tex. 

Thoughts oe home; intermezzo, by 

Ernest A. Dicks [of Great Britaim ; 

piano. 3134 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 

556076; Banks & son, York, England. 

Three (The) leaves oe shamrock; 

words by L. McColeman, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 3135 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558056; 

Laura McColeman, Pittsburgh. 

Three virgin nymphs were walking; 
madrigal, by Thomas W^eelkes, ed. by 
Sydney Grew [of Great Britain] ; three 
sops, and bass. Porymetric ed. 4to. 
(Sixteenth century vocal music : Mad- 
rigals to 3, 4, 5 and 6 voyces, no. 10) 

3136 
© Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556140; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Thrill me; waltz, lyric by R. Reginelli, 
melody bv J. C. Kovats tof U. S.i 

3137 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923; E 555390; 
Joe C. Kovats and Raimondo Regi- 
nelli, Chicago. 

Through the meadow; by B. Percy 
James tof U. S.i ; piano. " 3138 

© Feb. 14, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
558088; W. B. Hasey, Boston. 



Through the night oe doubt and sor- 
row ; words by B. S. Ingemann, tr. 
by S. B.-G., music by Martin Shaw, 
with a faux bourdon by C. Hylton 
Stewart [of Great Britain] 12mo. 
(Curwen edition, no. 6320) 3139 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 556132; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Thrush (A) in the moonlight; words 

bv W. Bvnner, music by I. M. Chaincv 

tof U. S.i 3140. 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; E 555799; 

Irene Miller Chainey, Washington. 

Thumb marks ; words from Ballads of 
immorality, music by John Barnes 
' Wells tof U. S.i ; high voice, in C. 

3141 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 

555464 ; Boston music co., New York. 

Thy kingdom is my goal; words and 
music by A. Thompson iof U. S.i 3142 
© l'c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555689; 
Albert Thompson, St. Clair, Pa. 

Thy love. O Christ, constraineth us; 
words by Imogene Corre Granville, 
music bv Mary Pearl Hoffman iof 
U. S.i 8vo. 3143 

© Dec. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1923 ; 
E 555980; Harry D. Clarke, Chicago. 

Tick-tock-bluES ; words and melody bv 
F. G. Moritsky tof U. S.i 3144 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1923; E 555438; 
Fred G. Moritsky, Brooklyn. 

Tie a string around your finger, so 
you won't eorget that I love you; 
words and music by Cal De Voll and 
Chas. Harrison tof U. S.i 3145 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1923; 
E 560194; A. J. Stasny music co.. inc., 
New York. " . 

Times and seasons ; five pieces, by 
Thomas F. Dunhill tof Great Britain] ; 
piano. Contents: 1. Primrose-time. — 
2. Bluff Afarch— 3. In leafy June.— 

4. Mists and mellow fruitfulness. — 

5. The parting year. 3146 
^ © Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 10; E 
556331 ; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Times Square; from New York days & 
nights, by Emerson Whithorne iof 
U. S.] op. 46, no. 5; piano. (Sheet 
music edition, P 1309) 3147 

© Nov. 10, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555613 ; Carl Fischer,. New York. 



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TlNC-A-UNG-A-UNG ON THE MaSON- 

Dixon line; words and music by 
Mort Dixon and Ernest Breuer tof 
U. S.i 3148 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553852; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Same. 3149 

© Feb. 17, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
560150; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Tiny tots tales ; in pictures and words, 
told with music, ed., fingered and arr. 
by Howard Flynn rof England] ; piano. 
(St. Giles series of popular songs, no. 
25) Contents: Hickory dickory 
dock. — Jack and Jill. — Hev-diddle-did- 
dle. 3150 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556035 ; St. Giles pub. co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

'Tis oh so nice to be in lovh ; words 
by R. Laughlin, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. rof U .S.i, arr. b}- Theo. G. Beach 
t of U. S.i 3151 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553843; 
Raymond Laughlin, St. Louis. 

To a wood violet; idyl, by W. M. Fel- 
ton, arr. by N. E. Frey tof U. S.j ; 
violin and piano. 3152 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555865; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

To Bethlehem ; written by S. Baring- 
Gould, arr. from an old Basque Noel. 
(In Universitv carol book, bk. 1, pt. 1) 

3153 
© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; 
E 551701; A. W. Ridley & co., West- 
minster, England. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement 

To Mary ; words by Shelley, music by 
Adolph Mann lof Great Britain] ; in E 
flat. 3154 

© Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 7; E 
556204; J. B. Cramer & co, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

To our loyal country men ; words and 
music bv W. G. Jahnke tof U. S.i 4to. 

3155 

© Feb. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 6 ; E 

553866 ; William G. Jahnke, Chicago. 

To THE GREEN HILLS OF VIRGINIA LET ME 

go; words and music by M. F. Taylor 
rof U. S.i Los Angeles, Calif, Los 
Angeles music pub. co. 3156 



© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 

555652; M. F. Taylor, Hawthorne, 
Calif. 

To the moon ; poem by Shelley, music 
by Harold Rutland rof Great Britain! 
(Curwen edition, no. 2281) 3157 

^© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556142; J. Curwen & sons, ltd, Lon- 
don. 

To THE PLACE CAME MARY WEEPING; 

Easter anthem, words adapted by 
Flora MacDonald, music by William 
Baines rof U. S.i ; mixed voices. 4to. 

3158 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555864; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

To the stars ; words by Geo. E. Hoard, 
music by E. H. McKenney lof U S.i 

3159 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555643; 
Elena H. McKenney, Los Angeles. 

To woo, to win, to hold; words by Mi- 
chael A. Sullivan, music by P. Pouliot 
lot Canada, domiciled at Brunswick, 
Me.] 3160 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555907; Pat- 
rick Pouliot, Brunswick, Me. 

Toast (A) ; words and music by B. J. 
Bradley rof U. S.i 3161 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923: E 560146; Ben 
J. Bradley, Franklin, Ky. 

Together ; from Oh look, words by 
Mort Harris, music by Nat Goldstein 
rof U. S.i 3162 

© Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555628 ; Nat Goldstein music pub. co, 
San Francisco. 

Toinette; musical comedy in three acts, 

words bv A. Denison, music by M. 

Hay rof U. S.i 3163 

© 1 c. Dec. 11, 1922; D 26387; 

' Mary Hay and Arthur Denison, New 

York. 

Tonleitern. See Variationen, Perpe- 
tuum mobile rand] Tonleitern. 

Too many sweethearts; words and 
music by I. Berlin rof U. S.i 3164 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555829; Irv- 
ing Berlin, inc.. New York. 

Tosti, Good-bye. See La Fontaine's 
(Prof.) ukulele solo. 

Toy shop heroes ; words and music bv 
H. Wakefield Smith rof U. S.i 3165 



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3183 



© Feb. 1, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555870; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Trailing ; fox trot, words and music bv 

Et Eccles .of U. S.i 3166 

© Jan. 22. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 

553886; Edward Eccles. Whiteland, 

Ind. 

Tranquillite ; by Ambroise Farman [of 
England] ; piano. 3167 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
551994; Joseph Henry Larway, Lon- 
don. 

Trans kriptionen fur die jugend 
(Transcriptions for the young) ; heft 
1, arr. by A. Siloti, ed.'by A. Klei- 
necke tof Germany] ; piano. Moscow, 
Paris [etc.] A. Gutheil. 3168 

© Dec. 28. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; 
E 551958; Breitkopf & Hartel, Leip- 
zig. 

Tree? ; chorus, poem by Joyce Kilmer, 
music by Harriet Ware rof U. S.i ; 
women's voices. 4to. (John Church 
co. four-part songs, no. 2724) 3169 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 1; E 
555709 ; John Church co., Cincinnati. 

■ — — poem by Joyce Kilmer, music by 

Sol Alberti io! U. S.i ; high voice, in C. 

(Sheet music edition, V 789) 3170 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 

E 555566; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Treharne (Brvceson) Five Oriental 
songs ; words by Monica Savory, mu- 
sic by B. Treharne rof Great Britaini 
Contents : In sacred Benares. — The 
merchant's song. — The snakecharmer's 

• song. — The night-rider.- — At the street 
corner. 3171 

© Dec. 12, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 
E 551951 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Triiling; words and music by R. R. 
Coats lof U. S.i " 3172 

© 1 c. Feb. 2. 1923 ; E 555728 ; Ros- 
coe Roy Coats, Chicago. 

Trifling rag (Badinerie) ; onestep, von 
Albert Loeser rof Germany] op. 84 ; 
piano. 3173 

© Man 18, 1921; 1 c. Sept. 5, 1922; 
E. 551635; Philharmonischer verlag, 
Berlin. 

Trixie, I love you; words and melody 

by D. A. Maffei rof U. S.i 3174 

©1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555840; 

Dominick Anthonv Maffei. New York. 



Trois emotions; par Claude Duboscq 
lof Francei ; piano. Contents : Aban- 
don. — Separation. — Effusion. 3175 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551581; E. Demets, Paris. 

Tkoisieme album ; morceaux divers, de 
clivers compositeurs, compile par F. 
Salabert rof Francei ; piano, nos. 1-25. 

3176 
© Dec. 31. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556231 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Trommeepartie (Die) See Im banne 
der jugendlust. 

Tu sola Mari' ; versi di Carlo Alfredo 
Rossi, musica di Michele Giacchi rof 
Italyi ; mand. ace. Naples, Edizioni 
La sorgente. 4to. 3177 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 
E 556098 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Turkey in the straw barn dance. See 
Made in U. S. A. 

Tutti uniti ; march, bv David Foresio 
tof U. S.] ; B flat cornet. 3178 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553822; 
Domenico Savino, New York. 

Twilight; by Clarence Cameron White 
rof U. S.i op. 17, no. 1 ; violin and 
piano. (Sheet music edition, B 1791) 

3179 
© Oct. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555598 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

(Dammerstunde) ; by H. A. Cesek, 

op. 24, no. 1, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts 
rof U. S.i ; full orch. 3180 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555624; Carl Fischer, New York. 
(Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Twilight (The) ; words by J. W. Hoes, 

music bv Geo. Graff, jr. rof U. S.i, 

arr. by Theo. G. Beach rof U. S.i 3181 

© 1 c. Feb. 3. 1923; E 553836; 

Joseph W. Hoes, Columbiaville, -N. Y. 

Twilight lullaby ; words by M. M. 

Moore, music bv E. S. S. Huntington 

rof U. S.i 3182 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560215; 

Margie Mae Moore, St. Clairsville, O. 

Twilight musings; idyl, by Carl Wil- 
helm Kern rof U. S.i op. 476; pf. 3183 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
555944; Arthur Davis, St. Louis. 

Twin (The) roses; song by James 
Hewitt, ed. and augmented by Harold 
Vincent Milligan rof U. S.I (In 



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Twin (The) roses — Continued. 

Pioneer American composers, v. 2) 
1. Sop. or ten. — 2. Mezzo-sop. or bar. 

3184 
© Jan. 23, 1923 ; 2 c. each Jan. 26 ; 
E 555454; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

TWO CHACONNES WITH VARIATIONS. See 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) 3 lessons. 

Under the apple TREE; words and music 
by T. Ruby iof U. S.i 3185 

© Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 
560191 ; Joe Hiller, inc., New York. 

Unfinished symphony. See Schubert 
(Franz Peter) 

Unheeded; words by Katharine B. 
Sears, music by C. Wright rof U. S.i ; 
high voice. 3186 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
533789; Cecil Wright, Glens Falls, 
N. Y. 

Until death, dear, does us part; waltz, 
words by Walter A. Anderson, music 
by Edward C. McCormick iof U. S.i 

3187 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553869; W. A. Anderson, Columbus, 
O. 

Until you understand; words and 
melody by W. Astor Morgan [of U. S.i 

3188 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 558085; 

Arrow music pub. co., inc., New York. 

Uocchie chiare; versi di Giuseppe 
Maestrale, musica di Vincenzo Bavoso 
iof Italy ; mand. acc.i Naples, Edi- 
zioni La sorgente. 4to. 3189 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 
E 556097 ; Italian book co. New York. 

Upon a hill; part-song, by Thomas 
W r eelkes, ed. by Sydney Grew rof 
Great Britain] ; three women's voices. 
Polymetric ed. 4to. (Sixteenth cen- 
tury vocal music : Ayeres or phanta- 
sticke spirites for three voices, no. 5) 

3190 
© Jan. 16, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556139; J. Curwen & sons, ltd, Lon- 
don. 

Utah; a Mormon fox-trot, by Elliott 
Smith tof Great Britainj ; orch. with 
piano-conductor. 4to. ( Boosey 's or- 
chestral journal, no. 1035) 3191 
© Dec. 22, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 
E 551941 ; Boosev & co., London. 



vocal fox-trot, words and 

music by Elliott Smith rof Great Brit- 
aim 3192 
^ © Dec. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923 ; 
E 551953; Boosey & co., London. 

m 

ValE ; by Kennedy Russell, arr. by 
• Sydney Herbert rof Great "Britaini ; 
band with cornet solo. {In Boosey & 
co.'s brass & reed band journal, no. 
630) 3193 

© Dec. 19, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; 
E 551939; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 
don, i Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangementi 

Valley (The) in the South; by 
Arthur Klein, arr. by H. M. Higgs 
iof Great Britaini ; salon orch. 4to. 
(Chappell & co.'s salon orchestral jour- 
nal, no. 197) 3194 
© Jan. 16, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
556019; Chappell & cq., ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

ValsE ; by Marie Rose Wilking tof 

U. S.i op. 14, no. 2 ; piano, in B flat 

min. 3195 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; E 558136; 

Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. 

See also Danza. 

ValsE a la neapoliTainE; by A. Ko- 
restchenko, op. 22, no. 6, arr. by Chas. 
J. Roberts tof U. S.i ; full orch. with 
piano-conductor. 3196 

© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555558; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Valse coquette; by Clarence Cameron 
White tof U. S.] op. 17, no. 4; violin 
and pf. (Sheet music edition, B. 1794) 

3197 
© Oct. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555592 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

ValsE divine; boston, von Albert Lose 

tof Germany] ; piano. 3198 

© Dec. 15, 1920; 1 c. Sept. 5, 1922; 

E 551634; Philharmonischer verlag, 

Berlin. 

ValsE Eantasque; concert study by 

Edric Cundell tof Great Britain] ; 

piano. 3199 

© Jan. 26, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 

556071 ; W. Paxton & co, ltd., London. 

ValsE viEnnoise ; composed and played 

by George Smith [of U. S.] (Ampico, 

no. 6091 1-G) [Music roll] 3200 

© June 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 

E 560086 ; American piano co. New 



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3214 



York. tCopyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Valsette; by Granville English [of 
U. S.] op. 22, no. 2; piano. (Sheet 
music edition, P. 1192) 3201 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Tan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555569; Carl Fischer, New York. 

See also Fontaine (Leon J.) Six 

esquisses. 

Vamp (The) ; from The co-optimists, 
words by Clifford Grey, music by Mel- 
ville Gideon [of England] ; in E flat. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 3202 
© Nov. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923 ; 
E 551741; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Vamping Sal, the Sheba oe Georgia; 
fox trot, words by Henry Creamer, 
music by Lew Pollack [of U. S.i 3203 
© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560356; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Variationen, Perpetuum mobile [und] 
TonlEITERN ; von Ferruccio Busoni 
[of Germany i ; piano. (Edition Breit- 
kopf, nr. 5225: Klavier-iibung, teil 5) 

3204 

© Dec. 2, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; 

E 551960; Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

Variations on an English eoek song; 
the keys of Canterbury, duet, by Geof- 
frey Shaw tof England] ; piano. 3205 
© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
551978; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Vavin (Ernest) Six miniatures; by E. 
Vavin [of France] op. 20, nos. 1-6; 
violin and pf. Contents : 1. Chanson 
de maman. — 2. A la japonaise. — 3., 
Crepuscule. — 4. Danse feerique. — 5. 
Ballade. — 6. Berceuse. 3206 

© Dec. 7, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1923 ; 
E 556003; Schott & co., London. 

Veiling (The) oe the bride; words by 
David Einhorn, music by Solomon 
Golub [of U. S.], ed. by H. Pospischil. 

(c opinio r*i 
3207 
© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1923 ; 
E 553960; N'Ginah pub. co., inc., New 
York. 



Vela janca; versi di Giuseppe Maes- 
trale, musica di Ernesto Napolitano 



[of Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, Edizi- 

oni La sorgente. 4to. 3208 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923; 

E 556114; Italian book co., New York. 

VenETia; barcarolle, by Norman Tellier 

[of England] op. 23; pf. 3209 

© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 

555666; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

Verdi (Giuseppe) Ave Maria; from 
Otello, music by G. Verdi, ed. by N. 
Clifford Page tof U. S.] ; high voice, 
in A flat. (Operatic songs and duets, 
Carl Fischer edition, series 5 : Su- 
perior edition, no. 5551) [Italian, Eng- 
lish and Latin text] 3210 
© Dec. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555530; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

VergessenE wEisen (3a6i>iTbie mothbbi) ; 
zvklus von N. Medtner [of Germany] ; 
op. 38; klavier. 3211 

© Oct. 15, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1923; 
E 556172; Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig. 

Vergine bella. Sec Vergine Marien- 
lieder. 

VERGINE Marien-lieder ; liederzyklus, 
nach Petrarcas 29. kanzone an Laura, 
Deutsche iibersetzung von Bruno Goetz, 
musik von Peter Cornelius [of Ger- 
many], hrsg. von Max Hasse [of Ger- 
manyi ; mittlere singstimme. 4to. (Edi- 
tion Breitkopf, nr. 5198) Contents: 
1. Vergine bella. — 2. Vergine santa. — 
3. Vergine saggia. [Italienisch-deutsch 
textsi 3212 

© Dec. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1923; 
E 551961 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

Vergine saggia. Sec Vergine Marien- 
lieder. 

Vergine Santa. See Vergine Marien- 
lieder. 

Veriutes album ; coll. by W. E. Good- 
wins and others tof Great Britain] 
(Reynolds & co.'s concert party al- 
bums, no. 31) [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 3213 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 26; E 
556045 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Veritable Samba ; par L. L. Lynde [of 

France] ; quatuor a cordes avec piano 

conducteur. 4to. 3214 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 

551843; Smyth. Paris. 



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18 



VerlassEne (Das) magdlein; gedicht 
von Ed. Morike, musik von Hans 
Pfitzner rof Germany] op. 30, no. 3. 

3215 
© Mav 11, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551657; Adolph Fiirstner, Berlin. 

Vers la source Dans LE bois ; par Mar- 
cel Tournier [of France] ; harpe. 3216 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551597; Louis Rouhier, Paris. 

Vicar (The) of Bray; part-song from 
17th century, music arr. by H. F. Mac- 
Coll rof U. S.i ; men's voices. 4to. 
(Boston music co. choral music, series 
37, no. 1446) 3217 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
555465 ; Boston music co., New York. 

Vicini ; versi di E. A. Mario, musica di 
G. Bonincontro tof Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Naples, E. A. Mario. 4to. (Piedi- 
grotta 1922) 3218 

© Oct. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 
E 556156; Italian book co., New York. 

Vicious Eyes; words by F. Oesterle, 
melody by Arnold T. Lax [of U. S.i 

3219 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923 ; E 555844 ; Fran- 
cis Oesterle, Marietta, O. 

Victoria ; march, by Franz von Blon rof 

Germanvi ; orch. and piano conductor. 

4to. 3220 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 

551993; Hawkes & son, London. 

Victoria, my homeland; words by An- 
nie de Bertrand Lugrin, music by J. D. 
Macey tof Canada] 3221 

© Dec. 7, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 15; E 
551989; A. de Bertrand Shaw and 
James Douglas Macey, Victoria, Can- 
ada. 

Vie (La) See Pierne (Gabriel) Six 
ballades franchises. 

Vienna march. See La Fontaine's 
(Prof.) ukulele solo. 

Village belle ; waltz, by Wm. H. Pot- 
stock [of U. S.i op. 16, no. 5 ; piano. 
(Sheet music edition, P 1173: Musical 
zephyrs) 3222 

© Oct. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555614 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Virginia sunshine; words by J. I. By- 
rum, music by Herman A. Hummel rof 
U. S.i 3223 



© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558100; Jo- 
seph I. By rum, South Norfolk, Va. 

Vision d amour ; by Rudolf Friml, arr. 
by Adolf Schmid rof Great Britain, 
domiciled at New York] ; orch. with 
piano conductor. (Galaxv, no. 226) 

' 3224 

©^Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

553951; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

rCopyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Visions of the night; words by Kath- 
rine E. Purvis, music by Griffith J. 
Jones rof U. S.i Williamsport, Pa., 
C. A. Mulliner music pub. co. 3225 
© Jan. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 23; E 
553801 ; C. A. Mulliner, Williamsport. 
Pa. 

VivEurs; fox trot, versi di Giovanni 
Moleti, musica di Vincenzo Santan- 
gelo rof Italy ; mand. acci .Naples. 
Edizioni La sorgente. 4to. 3226 

^ © Oct. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1923 ; 
E 556105 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Vois, PETITE mi: re, LES trirkmes. See 
Amphitrite errante. 

Yoix de i/au-dELA ; page d'album, par 

Casimir Renard rof France] op. 191 ; 

piano. 3227 

© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551595; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 

Von dEutschEr seELE; romantische kan- 
tate nach spriichen u. gedichten voii 
Jos. von Eichendorff, komponiert von 
Hans Pfitzner rof Germany] op. 28 ; 
4 solostimmen, gemischten chor, 
grosses orch. u. orgel. 1. Orchester- 
partitur. — 2. Klavierauszug mit text. 

3228, 3229 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 
E 551665, 551666; Adolph Fiirstner, 
Berlin. 

Votre sourire. See MusiCanada. 

Wabash River moon; words and music 
by Louise Field rof U. S.i 3230 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553876 ; Harmony music co., Chicago. 

WadELy (F. W.) Three short and easy 
postludes ; second set, by F. W. Wade- 
ly rof England] ; organ. (Original 
compositions, new series, no. 90) 3231 
© Dec. 22, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923 ; 
E 551933; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Wagner (Richard) Elizabeth's prayer 
(Gebet der Elisabeth) ; from Tann- 
hauser, music by R. Wagner, ed. by 
N. Clifford Page rof U. S.i; high 



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3247 



voice, in G flat. (Operatic songs and 
duets. Carl Fischer edition, series 5: 
Superior edition, no. 5555) [English, 
German and French texti 3232 

© Dec. 18. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555531 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Das liebesverbot (The ban of love) ; 

oder, Die novize von Palermo, English 
tr. by Edward Dent [of England], tra- 
duction franchise de Amedee et Frieda 
Boutarel [of Francei, music by Richard 
Wagner, vollstandiger klavierauszug 
mit text, von Otto Singer iof Germa- 
nvi (Samtliche musikdramen, no. xn) 
4to. . 3233 

© Nov. 25. 1922: 2 c. Dec. 27; D 
26409; Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

Watt 'till I'm gone: words by P. V. 
Phillips, music by E. Whittemore iof 
U. S.i Wilson. N. C, Carolina music 
pub. co. 3234 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553875 ; Earl Whittemore and Paul V. 
Phillips, Wilson, N. C. 

Wake me xot lor T am dreaming; 
words by A. J. Fuller, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. iof U. S.i, arr. bv Theo. G. 
Beach rof U. S.i 3235 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558065; 
Annetta J. Fuller, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Wake me up with a kiss; from 

Peaches, words by Robert B. Smith, 

music by Max Steiner tof U. S.] 3236 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 

558018; Harms, inc., New York. 

Walton's inaugural march ; by E. S. 

Hamilton tof U. S.] ; band. 4to. 3237 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 

555491; E. S. Hamilton, Hollis, Okl. 

Waltz (The) oe love come let us 
dance ; words and music by Tom 
Armstrong and Hal Dyson [of U. S.i 

3238 
© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553831 ; Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc., 
New York. 

Waltz of the wild flowers ; by Bond, 
ed. and plaved bv McNair Ilgenfritz 
tof U. S.i" (Recordo, no. 67250) 
[Music roll] 3239 

^ © Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
555694 ; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago, i Copyright is claimed on cdit- 



Waltz with the one you love; words 

and music bv F. H. Rolapp [of U. S.i, 

arr. by Vern Elliott tof U. S.] 3240 

© 1 c. Jan. 29. 1923; E 555647; 

. Frank H. Rolapp, Los Angeles. 

Waltzing the blues; music by Clar- 
ence Gaskill, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.i ; male voices. 4to. (Wit- 
mark edition, excellent quartette ar- 
rangements, no. 1589) 3241 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14: E 
560024: M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Walzer. See Chopin (Frederic Fran- 
cois) 

Wander-thirst. See Song fancies. 

Warrior's (A) love song. See Ring 
(Montague) Two songs of the 
desert. 

Watch (A) in the night. See Be- 
fore sunrise. 

Way in Pago Pago; words by Harold 

Atteridge. music by Carley Mills and 

Sigmurid Romberg iof U. S.i 3242 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 

558108; Harms, inc., New York. 

W r EDDiNG ball ; words by B. Gorman, 

melodv bv E. Gorman tof U. S.. arr. 

by Harry Alford, of U. S.i 3243 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 553571; 

Billy and Eddie Gorman. Chicago. 

Wedding dance. See Dance suite from 
Decameron nights. 

Wedding (The) of the dewdrop and 

the sun ; words bv L. Lee 4 music bv 

Elliott Markham rof U. S.i 3244 

© Jan.' 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

560184; Lessie Lee, Miami, Fla. 

Wee-no-nah ; fox trot, words by H. E. 
Errickson, music bv Vincent j. Nerv 
■ rof U. S.i ■ 3245 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
553930 ; Helmer E. Errickson, Chi- 
cago. 

Welsh melody; loudly proclaim, duet 
bv Geoffrey Shaw tof England i ; piano. 

3246 
© Jan. 19, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 22; E 
551977; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Weltentruckt (Loin du raonde); 
reverie, von Erik Meyer-Helmund fof 
Germany] ; piano. 3247 



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WeltEntruckT — Continued. 

© May 1, 1922; 1 c. May 11; E 
551827; A. Cranz, Brussels, Belgium. 

Wet yo' thumb; words by Lew Cooper., 

music by Harry Akst tof U. S.i 3248 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 

558048; Beilin & Horowitz, inc., New 

York. 

What is your pretty name; words by 
C. E. Huffman, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. rof U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. Beach 
.of U. S.1 3249 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558062; 
C. E. Huffman, Beatrice, Neb. 

What's the use? words by N. S. Car- 
ter, music by Geo. Graff, jr. rof U. S., 
arr. by Theo. G. Beach, of U. S.i 3250 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553851; 
Neva S. Carter, Adamsville, Tenn. 

What's the use oe feelin' blue; 

words and music by C. G. Lore rof 

U. S.i 3251 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1923; E 555461; 

Charles Gilbert Lore, Denver. 

What will become oe our little home ; 
words by G. W. Melby, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. 
Beach rof U. S.i 3252 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 558061; 
Gordon W. Melby, Bowbells, N. D. 

What will you do with Jesus ? words 

arr. and music by P. P. Bilhorn tof 

U. S.] 3253 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 

553985 ; Peter P. Bilhorn, Chicago. 

Whatever is — is best; by Hermann 
Lohr, arr. by H. M. Higgs rof Great 
Britain]; salon orch. 4to. (Chappell 
& co.'s salon orchestral journal, no. 
198) 3254 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 24; E 
556020; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

When all the world forgets; words 

and music bv F. H. Rolapp rof U. S.i, 

arr. by Vern Elliott rof U. S.i 4255 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555648; 

Frank H. Rolapp, Los Angeles. 

When and why. See Child poems. 

When daddy goes waltzing with 
mother ; words bv P. Mannix, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington rof U. S.] 

3256 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560218; 
P. Mannix, New York. 



When freedom bids Ireland the top o' 
the morn; words by H. J. Cashman, 
music by Billy Harrison ri. e. William 
Harrison, of U. S.i New York, Cash- 
man and Harrison. 3257 
© Dec. 9, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 18; E 
554449 ; Harold Joseph Cashman, New 
Rochelle. N. Y. 

When grandmother danced ; by 
Charles Huerter rof U. S.i ; pf. 3258 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555874; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

When I come back; words and music 
by D. Swander rof U. S.i 3259 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555918; Don 
Swander, Los Angeles. 

When I rebuild that shack in Ath- 
lonE; words and melody by Harry 
Pease, Irving Bibo and Harrv Edel- 
heit rof U. S.i, arr. by H. Pease. 3260 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1923 ; E 555436 ; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 

When Jesus was a cfiild; Children's 
day, words by Edna Randolph Wor- 
rall, music by Lena Pratt Bell rof 
U. S.i ; mixed voices. 4to. (Choice 
compositions, sacred edition, no. 926) 

3261 
© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
560298 ; J. A. Parks co, York, Neb. 

When love comes stealing; words by 
Walter Hirsch, music by Erno Rapee 
rof U. S.i ; in E flat. 3262 

© Feb. 15, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
560155; Richmond-Robbins, inc., New 
York. 

When l-o-v-e is in the air; words by 
R. E. Saberson, music bv J. D. Jensen 
rof U. S.] 3263 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555691; 
John D. Jensen and R. E. Saberson, 
Minneapolis. 

When the bobbed hair baby comes 
out fishing ; words by J. Cibula, mel- 
ody by Herman Dubois [pseud, of Eth- 
el Fisher, of U. S.i 3264 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555887; John 
Cibula, Disputanta, Va. 

When the dark mist curtains the 
doorway ; Indian song, words by 
Katharine Bainbridge. music by Ho- 
mer Grunn rof U. S.i ; medium voice. 

3265 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 

• 555821 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 



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3282 



When thc flapper gets its wings she 

SOARS HTGH CHIRPING THIS, \ OTj PLAY 
THE 'LL NOTE ON YOUR TRUMP-BONE, OR 

GO and hiss; words by J. Cibula, mel- 
ody by Herman Dubois [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.J 3266 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; E 555889 ; John 
Cibula, Disputanta, Va. 

When the gold turns to gray, you 
will be the same gtrl to ME; words 
by G. W. Eichert, music by M. Abra- 
hams [0 f U. S.j 3267 
© Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555758; Maurice Abrahams, inc., New 
York. 

When the leaves come tumbling 
down ; fox trot, by Richard Howard, 
arr. by O. Sciacca tof U. S.j ; band. 
Feist ed. 4to. 3268 

© Feb. 5, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 6 ; E 
553907; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

When the silver moon comes peeping ; 
words by E. T. Elliott, melody by Ar- 
nold T. Lax [of U. S.i 3269 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923 ; E 555845 ; Edna 
T. Elliott, New Waterford, O. 

When you are in my heart; words 
by Pai Ta-Shun [trj by Frederick Pe- 
terson, music by Corinne Moore Law- 
son rof U. S.J ; medium voice. 3270 
© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26 ;_ E 
560329; John Church co., Cincinnati. 

When you are leaving me my dearie, 
some one else will take your place; 
words and melody by R. M. Warfield 
tof U. S.i 3271 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 555992; 
Robert M. Warfield, Chicago. 

When you come back to me my dear; 
words by A. G. Mussawir, music by 
F. -Guerrero tof U. S.i 3272 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553765; 
Alfred G. Mussawir and Frank Guer- 
rero, Lawrence, Mass. 

When you lind great Betelgeux ; 
words and music by I. C. Rescue 
rpseud. of J. Gorsky, of Poland, dom- 
iciled at Cincinnati, O.i, assisted by 
Florence Jaynes. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
I. C. Rescue pub. co. 3273 

© Feb. 9, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; E 
560175 ; John Gorsky, Cincinnati. 

When your bluebird plies away ; 
words by H. Von Tilzer and Geo. A. 
Kershaw, music bv Harrv Von Tilzer 
[of U. S.i 3274 



© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
560190; Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. 

Where the clover blossoms^ blow; 
waltz ballad, words by Vic King, 
music by Mai. Meredith [of Canada] 
Edmonton, Canada, Meredith & King 
co. 3275 

© Dec. 19, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 28; E 
551173; Meredith & King, Edmonton. 
Canada. 

Where the little by road ends; words 

by R. C. Greenwood, music by Arnold 

T. Lax rof U. S.i 3276 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; E 558142; 

Rose C. Greenwood, Jackson, Mich. 

Where the Shandon church bells 
chime; waltz song, words by Mrs. 
D. Kane, music by Jack Vincent rof 
U. S.j 3277 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 
555908; Mrs. Dan Kane, Harvard, 111. 

W r HILE THE LEAVES ARE PALLING ; words 

bv C. E. Eck, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.j 3278 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560216; 
Chas. E. Eck, Silverton, Manitoba. 
Canada. 

While you were making believe, I 
FELL in love with you; words by 
Ben Bard, music by Jack Stern rof 
U. S.i 3279 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E. 
558051 ; Beilin & Horowitz, inc., New- 
York. 

Whirly (The) jazz; written and com- 
posed by Helen Charles tof Great 
Britain] ; in G. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 3280 

© Jan. 26, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 30; E 
556087; B. Feldman & co., London. 

White (Clarence Cameron) Caprice; 
by C. C. White [of U. S.J op. 17, no. 2; 
violin and piano. (Sheet music edi- 
tion, B 1792) 3281 
© Oct. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Tan. 29, 1923 ; 
E 555597; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Who'll take my place when I'm gone ; 
fox trot, by Fazioli, played by Herbert 
Clair rof U. S.j ; in D flat. (Ampico, 
word roll, no. 20281 1-F) [Music roll] 

3282 
© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560089 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 



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Who'll take the peace of the one 
you love; words and music by F. H. 
Rolapp [of U. S.i, arr. by Vera Elliott 
iof U. S.i 3283 

© J c. Feb. 7, 1923 ; E 555837 ; 
Frank H. Rolapp, Los Angeles. 

Why? fox trot, words by Jack Corne- 
lius, music by D. Chudnow and H. 
Block [of U. S.i [Madison, Wis.] 
University music shop, inc. 3284 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553870 ; David Chudnow and Herman 
Block, Madison. 

from The dancing girl, words by 

Harold Atteridge, music by Sigmund 
Romberg tof U. S.i, on a theme by 
Schumann. 3285 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 30; E 
555662; Harms, inc., New York. 

words by Jack Cornelius, music by 

D. Chudnow and H. Block tof U. S.i 

3286 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1923; E 553627; 
David Chudnow and Herman Block, 
Madison, Wis. 

Why dtd you leave me so lonesome; 
one step, words and melody by F. J. 
Lizana rof U. S.i, arr. bv Hugh Un- 
glesby iof U. Sj 3287 

© 1 c. Feb. 10. 1923; E 553970; 
Florian J. Lizana, New Orleans. 

Why do I care for you? from Mid- 
night rounders, words by Jack Yellen, 
music by Albert Hav Malotte tof 
U. S.i 3288 

© Jan. 27, '1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555630 ; Ager, Yellen & Bornstem, inc., 
New York. 

Why do you want to throw me away ; 

words by L. G. Shellv, melody by 

Dave Peyton rof U. S.i 3289 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; E 555459; 

L. G. Shelly, Chicago. 

Why don't you be good? words by M. 

Chism, melody bv Herman Dubois 

[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.i 3290 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553775; 

Mintla Chism, Indianapolis. 

Why he crew tired of me; lyric by 

A. M. West, music bv Russell Joell 

tof U. S.i 3291 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1923: E 555723; 

Alvin Mark West, New York. 



Why should I cry over you ; waltz, by 
Miller and Cohn, played by Harry 



Shipman tof U. S.i. assisted by Fred 
Schmitz [of U. S.] ; in G. (Ampico, 
word roll, no. 202731-F) [Music roll] 

3292 

© July 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560075 ; American piano co., New- 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Wicked (The) dirty fives; words and 
melody by Lemuel Fowler [of U. S.i 

3293 
© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1922; E 555999; 
Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

Widow (A) bird sate mourning ; words 
by Shelley, music by Granville Ban- 
tock [of England]; low voice. (Swan 
edition, no. 31) 3294 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 5; E 
556188; Swan & co., ltd., London. 

Wiggly- wiggle ; melody by A. Chiaf- 
farelli tof U. S.i 3295 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553815; 
Albert Chiaffarelli, New York. 

Wild-flower ; from The wildflower, 
words by Otto Harbach and Oscar 
Hammerstein, 2d, music by Vincent 
Youmans and Herbert Stothart tof 
U. S.i 3296 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 
558015; Harms, inc., New York. 

Wild men of Borneo; from The co- 
optimists, words by Archibald De 
Bear, music by Melville Gideon rof 
England] ; in E flat. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 3297 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; 
E 551736; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Wild rose; words by Skyrie, music by 
F. S. Converse [of U. S.i Boston, 
Mass., New England conservatory of 
music. 3298 

© Jan. 30, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 1; E 
555712; F. S. Converse, Westwood, 
Mass. 

Wild tears ; words by Louise Imogen 

Guiney, music by Wintter Watts tof 

U. Sj; contralto. 3299 

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 22; E 

553557; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Wilking (Marie Rose) Prelude; by 

M. R. Wilking rof U. S.i op. 22, no. 

1 ; piano. 3300 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555688; 

Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. 



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Song; by M. R. Wilking [of U. S.i 

op. 23, no. 1 ; piano. 3301 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555684; 
Hilary L. Wilking, Brooklyn. 

Wile those wedding bells ever ring 
Eor you and I dear; words by E. M. 
Faust, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.i 3302 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560209; 
Ethel M. Faust, Houtzdale, Pa. 

Wieeiam THE conk ; from the 9 o'clock 

revue, by Harry Collman tof Great 

Britain] ; piano. 3303 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 

556221 ; Cecil Lennox & co., London. 

Willie Willie Winkum ; by H. J. Kears- 

ley [of U. S.] ; piano.. 3304 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1923; E 558037; 

Herbert J. Kearsley, Brighton, Mass. 

Wieekommen u. abschied; gedicht von 

Goethe, musik von Hans Pfitzner [of 

Germany] op. 29, no. 3. 3305 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1923; 

E 551661 ; Adolph Fiirstner, Berlin. 

Wind (The) ; words by Margaret Lee 
Ashley, music by William Stickles [of 
U. S.] 3306 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
560014; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

words by Robert Louis Stevenson, 

music by Waddington Cooke [of Great 
Britain] ; sop. and alto, in A min. 4to. 
(Anglo-French unison and part-songs, 
no. 1009) [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] 3307 
© Jan. 5, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 23; E 
551934; Anglo-French music co., ltd., 
London. 

Wind (The) among the daeeodii.es. 
See Meadowland and mountain. 

Wind EeowERS ; words by Christina 
Rosetti, music by Roland Farley tof 
U. S.] ; medium voice. (Sheet music 
edition, V. 777) 3308 

© Dec. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555608; Carl Fischer, New York. 

W r iNTER EOVE ; fox trot song, words and 
music by W. G. Henry [of U. S.] 
Weehawken, N. J., Union music pub. 
co. 3309 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 26; E 
555448; William George Henry, Wee- 
hawken, N. J. 



Wishing wiee not bring me you ; lyric 

by Otto W. Lampe, music by H. R. 

Squires [of U. S.] 3310 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1923 ; E 558035; 

Harold Rogers Squires, New York. 

With courtey grace. See Old world 
dance songs. 

With cowslips and primroses. See 
Meadowland and mountain. 

With humble faith I turn to Thee; 

set to tune Sadler, words and music 

by C. W. Laufer [of. U. S.i 3311 

© Jan. ^3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 24; E 

.555379; Calvin W. Laufer, Jersey City. 

With you alone; wprds by G. Hubi- 
Newcombe, music by Betty Bond tof 
England] ; in D. 3312 

^ © Jan. 18, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 18; E 
551816; Joseph Henry Larway, Lon- 
don. 

Withered roses ; nocturne, by Irene 
Marschand Ritter rof U. S.] ; pf. 3313 
^ © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
555876; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Within that stable; words tr. by C. F. 
Price, from an Old French carol by 
Flechier, music arr. from an Old 
French melody, by C. F. Price [of 
U. S.] (In The church school, v. 4, 
no. 3, Dec. 1922) 3314 

© Nov. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1923; 
E 553753 ; Carl F. Price, New York. 

Without you ; words and music by Rob 
Roy Peery tof U. S.i 3315 

© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 13; E 
560016; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

• words by H. T. Broome, music by 

T. R. T. Hayes ti. e. Robert J. Hayes, 
of U. S.i 3316 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1923; E 540063; 
Harold Temple Broome, New York. 

Wolverine blues ; words by Ben and 
John Spikes, melody by Fred Morton 
iof U. S.i, arr. by Harry L. Alford 
lof U. S.i 3317 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 560032; 
Melrose bros., Chicago. 

Wonderful Eyes ; words by J. A. Bo- 
lander, melody by Robt. H. Brennen 
rof U. S.i 3318 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923 ; E 555814 ; J. A. 
Bolander, Pittsburgh. 



1163—23 8 



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3319 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Won't you come back; words by J. M. 
Russell, melodv by F. C. Pedretti [of 
U. S.i 3319 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555646; 
Francis C. Pedretti and James M. Rus- 
sell, Dayton, O. 

Won't you come back to old New 
Hampshire.; words and music bv 
James L. Rule [of U. S.i 3320 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c Feb. 24; E 
560307 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. 

Won't you sometimes think of me ; 

words by E. L. Ballengcr, music. by 

William Maske lof U. S.i 3321 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 560043; 

Edvv. L. Ballenger, Wenatchee, Wash. 

Wood music. See Bantock (Granville) 
Three songs from the Greek anthology. 

Woodsy corner taees and tunes ; for 
little piano players, by Helen L. 
Cramm rof U. S.i op. 32. 3322 

© Dec. 19, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
30; A 693951 ; Theo. Presser co., Phil- 
adelphia. 

World (The) is waiting tor the sun- 
rise; fox trot, by Seitz, played by Ed- 
gar Fairchild rot U. S.i ; in D flat. 
(Ampico, word roll, no. 202841-F) 
r Music roll] 3323 

© Aug. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1923; 
E 560118; American piano co., New 
York. rCopyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation! 

words by Eugene Lockhart, music 

> bv Ernest Seitz, arr. by Clarence Lu- 
cas rof Great Britain] New York, 
Chappell-Harms, inc. 4to. (Chap- 
pell's vocal library) 1. Trio, female 
voices. — 2. Quartet, male voices. 

3324, 3325 
© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 24; 
E 555427, 555428 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. rCopyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Wored's (The) sweetheart; words and 
music by M. E. Smith rof U. S.-i 3326 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1923; E 555985; 
Mary Elston Smith, Largo, Fla. 

Worm (The) ; words by Marion Belden 
Cook, music by Julia E. Fox rof U. S.i 

3327 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 9; E 
553980; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 



Would you ; words by Harry P. White- 
head, music by Harold Ball rof Eng- 
land] 3328 
© 1 c. Feb. 23. 1923: E 560203; H. 
Ball, Oldham, Lanes., England. 

Wounded (The) soedier; song by Ray- 
nor Taylor, ed. and augmented by 
Harold Vincent Milligan rof U. S.i 
(In Pioneer American composers. 
v. 2) 1. Sop. or ten. — 2. Mezzo-sop. 
or bar. 3329 

©Jan. 23. 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 26; 
E 555452; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Write to me once in a whiee: words 

and melodv bv S. S. Vosburg rof 

U. S.i 3330 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555901; 

Stella S. Vosburg, Granville, la. 

WUS ICH HOB GEWOLT HOB ICH OISGE- 

firt ; duet, words by L. Gilrod, melody 
by Herman W r ohl rof U. S.i 

3331 

© 1 c. Feb. 6. 1923; E 553817; 
Louis Gilrod, Brooklyn. 

Yankee Doodee march. See Made in 
U. S. A. 

Yeluow sands ; by Richard Richards rof 

England] ; pf. (5 easy teaching pieces 

for piano, no. 5) 3332 

© Jan. 21, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 

556194; West's, ltd., London. 

Yes! we have no bananas; words and 

music by F. Silver rof U. S.i ; piano 

with words. 3333 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555706; 

Frank Silver, Brooklyn. 

Yesterday; words by Alex Gerber, 
music bv Jean Schwartz rof U. S.i 

3334 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; E 

553962 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Yokohama Yo-San; words and music 

by F. H. Rolapp rof U. S.i, arr. by 

Vern Elliott rof U. S.i 3335 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1923; E 555649; 

Frank H. Rolapp, Los Angeles. 

Y'oshiwara; schottisch espagnole-fox- 
trot, por Albert Loeser rof Germany] ; 
piano. 3336 

© May 19, 1921; 1 c. Sept. 5, 1922; 
E 551631 ; Philharmonischer verlag, 
Berlin. 



208 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1923 



3354 



You broke my heart; fox trot, words 
and melody by Gus Hansman [i. e. 
August Henrv Hansman, of U. S.i 

3337 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555675; 
August H. Hansman, St. Louis. 

YOU CAN HAVE MY MAN IE HE COMES TO 

SEE you Too; words and music by 
L. W. Mehr [of U. S.] Birmingham, 
Ala., Williams music house. 3338 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
553901; Libbie Williams Mehr, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

You gotta keep movin'; words by 
L. V. Russell, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
rof U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. Beach [of 
U. S.i 3339 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923 ; E 553833 ; Lee 
V. Russell, Redwood, Miss. 

YOU GOTTA TOODEE-OO-ON A SAXOPHONE, 
IE YOU WANNA KEEP SWEET MAMMA 

home; words by Joe Young and Sam 
M. Lewis, music bv T. Turner Layton 
rof U. S.i 3340 

© Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 3; E 
553754 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

You have a home SOMEWHERE; words 
by Billy Jahncke, music by G. W. 
Thomas rof U. S.] Chicago, 111., Geo. 
W. Thomas & co. 3341 

. © Nov. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 13 ; E 
553215; Geo. W. Thomas, Chicago. 

You know? words by Mrs. E. A. Clair, 

melody bv Llerman Dubois [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.i 3342 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553781; 

Mrs. E. A. Clair, Danville, la. 

You know us, Al ; words by A. Gyrma, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington rof 

U. S.] 3343 

©1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 560213; 

Archie Gyrma, Brooklyn. 

You, eitteE girl JUST you; words by 

J. Doyle, music b)^ Norrie Bernard tof 

U. S.] New York, Lenox co. 3344 

© July 21, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1923; 

E 555766; James Doyle, Chicago. 

You'll be so lonely; words and music 
by Peter Rose, John P. Long, and 
Norton Greenop tof England] ; in G. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 3345 
© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1923; 
E 551733; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

YOU NEVER REAEEY CARED FOR ME AT ALL ; 

fox trot, bv Arthur Klein tof Great 



Britain]; orch. 4to. (Chappell & 
co.'s orchestral journal, no. 905; Chap- 
pell & co.'s salon orchestral journal, 
no. 201) 3346 

© Jan. 17, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 27; E 
556063 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

You're going some if you can guess 
my nationality; words by J. Earle 
Brierlv, music bv B. O. Custer [of 
U. S.i 3347 

© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
555492; Brooks O. Custer, Boulder, 
Col. 

You're my little ray of sunshine; 
words by E. W. Horton, music by 
Geo. Graff, ir. rof U. S.], arr. by Theo. 
G. Beach rof U. S.i 3348 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553838; 
E. W. Horton, Fresno, Calif. 

You're not the girlie of my dreams; 
words by T. Powers and Wm. De 
Gaiser, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
tof U. S.i 3349 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 555917; 
Thomas Powers, Brooklyn. 

You're the girl I've been looking for: 
words by W. P. Binde, music by Her- 
man A. Hummel rof U. S.j 3350 
© Jan. 6, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 27; E 
555488 ; Wm. P. Binde, Frankford, Pa. 

You said something when you said 
Dixie; words by Sidney Claire and 
Sam Landres, music by Cliff Friend 
[of U. S.i 3351 

© Jan. 30, _ 1923; 2 c. Feb. 5; E 
555757 ; Maurice Abrahams, inc., New- 
York. 

You say forget you; words and music 

by E. G. D.-Taratitino [of U. S.i 3352 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1923; E 555705; 

Ella Gertrude De Forest Tarantino, 

New Canaan, Conn. 

You stole my heart away; -from 
T. N. T., words by Lillian Harris and 
Jeannette Mirsky, music by F. C. SeKg- 
mann [of U. S.] 3353 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
553915; Florence C. Seligmann, New 
York. 

You taught me how to love you, so 
please don't leave me now ; words 
and music by Lou Herscher, Joe Burke 
and Jack Girard [of U. S.i 3354 

© Feb. 4, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553806; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 



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3355 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



You've got to see mama every night or 
you can't see mama at all j f ox 
trot, by Billy Rose and Con Conrad 
[of U. S.i, arr. by 'Frank E. Barry tof 
U. S.] ; orch. . with piano and words. 
Feist ed. 4to. 3355 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
553908; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

You-you ; operette en trois actes, pa- 
roles de J. Ardot et Jacques Sirrah, 
musique de Victor Alix tof Francei 

3356 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
D 26404 ; M. Labbe, Paris. 

Young (The) prince and princess. 
See Scheherazade. 

Young (The) prince and the young 
princess; third movement, from Sche- 
herazade, by Rimsky-Korsakow, op. 
35, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts [of U. S.i ; 
full orch. with piano conductor. 3357 
© Dec. 1, 1922: 2 c. Jan. 29, 1923; 
E 555605; Carl ^ Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangementi 

Your eyes, your lips and you ; words 

and music by J. Murphy [of U. S.i ; 

in G. 3358 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; E 560069 ; Joe 

Murphy, Chico, Calif. 

Your goodbye kiss : words and music 

by B. Retlaw rof U. S.], arr. by Vern 

Elliott tof U. S.i 3359 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1923; E 560046; 

Billie Retlaw, Los Angeles. 

Your smile ; words by W. F. McCarthy, 

melody by Herman Dubois [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.i 3360 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553774; 

W. F. McCarthy, Florence, Mass. 

Your voice is in that sweet music; 
words by B. S. Carpenter, melody by 
Herman Dubois [Dseud. of Ethel Fisher, 
of U. S.i 3361 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553778; 
Bertha Smith Carpenter, Detroit. 

Yradier's La paloma. See La Fon- 
taine's (Prof.) ukulele solo. 

Yvette; petite intermezzo, by Norman 
Tellier tof England] op. 20 ; pf . 3362 



© Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555667 ; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

Za Ebru Fala. See Cichy pogodny wiec- 
zor majowy. 

Zenith ; overture, bv Harold Bennett 
[of U. S.i ; m band. Cincinnati, O., Fill- 
more music house. 4to. 3363 
© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 29; E 
555509; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

ZiGELE MiGELE; folk song with melodv 
by S. Weisser rof U. S.i 3364 

© 1 c. Feb. 6. 1923; E 553813; 
Samuel Weisser, New York. 

Zion hallelujah ; negro folk song 

derivative, from the collection of 

- R. N. D., arr. bv R. Nathaniel Dett 

tof U. S.i 3365 

© Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 24; E 

560328; John Church co., Cincinnati. 

Zouave polka; by A. Creteur and R. 
Hoehn rof U. S.i, arr. by George 
Barnard [of U. S.i ; B flat cornet. 3366 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; E 555717; 
Raymond Hoehn and Anatole Cre- 
teur, Gillespie, 111. 

Zu mutters geburtstag. See Im banne 
der jugendlust. 

Zum erost (To the frost) ; words by 
Chaim N. Bialik [pseud, of H. N. Bya- 
lik], music by M. Gelbart tof U. S.i 

3367 
© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 28; E 
560347; Jos. P. Katz, New York. 

Zvei (Die) yisoimim ; words and mel- 
ody by G. Goldstein tof U. S.i 3368 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1923; E 553771; 
Gus Goldstein, Coney Island, N. Y. 

2 ?me son ate. See Handel (Georg Fried- 
rich) 

3 lessons- See Handel (Georg Fried- 
rich) 

7th regiment band march ; by G. Giosi 
tof Italy, domiciled at New York], 
arr. by Ellis H. Heisley [of U. S.] ; 
piano. 3369 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 555811; 
Guido Giosi, New York. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1922: 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 9 unpublished) 21 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 965 unpublished) 3,348 

Total 3,369 



210 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. " 3369 



MacDoweix (Edward Alexander) 
Technical exercises ; by E. MacDow- 
ell. bk. 1. 1 



© Mrs. Edward MacDowell, New 
York, as the widow of the author; R. 
no. 22024, Dec. 4, 1922. 



211 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE ME- 
CHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. 1 (E) OF THE ACT OF 
MAR. 4, 1909. 3369 



Aloha oE ; arr. by Vahdah Olcott-Bick- 
ford; guit. solo. 2 

© Zarvah pub. co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 28, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 128. 

Autumn leaves. 3 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 128. 

Bareeoot boy. 4 

© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 128. 

Bashful baby. 5 

© Sizemore & Shrigley, Chicago. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 126. 

Bears (The) ; from Dances and games 

by Gilman, Tyndale and Gaynor. 6 

© John Church co., Cincinnati. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 127. 

Breaking home TIES. 7 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 6, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 130. 

Broken buttercups ; from Garden com- 
edy suite. 8 
© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 128. 

Broken hearted melody. 9 

© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923 ; 
recorded, v. 5. p. 128. 

Capitol. 10 

© Richmond - Robbins, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 3, 1923 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 129. 

Chinese dance ; by Bainbridge Crist. 11 
© Carl Fischer, New York. Notice 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 129. 

Daisy, the clairvoyant; from Garden 
comedy suite. 12 



21 



© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923 ; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 128. 

Dew drops; by Henry Haaf. 13 

© C. C. Church & co., Hartford. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 128. 

Down among the sleepy hills of Ten- 

NESSEEu 14 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 8, 1923; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 129. 

Dragon (The) Ely ; from Dances and 
games, by Gilman, Tyndale and Gay- 
nor. 15 
© John Church co., Cincinnati. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 127. 

Dream boat. 16 

© Dixon-Lane music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. Notice rec'd Mar. 2, 1923 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 129. 

Dreams of India; from Garden comedy 
suite. 17 

© Forster music publisher, inc., Chi- 
cago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 128. 

Egypt, old land oe mystery. 18 

© Will Rossiter, Chicago. Notice 
rec'd Mar. 5, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 130. - 

Every day in every way; from The 

bunch and Judy. 19 

© T. B. Harms co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 2, 1923 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 130. 

Ev'ry little whilel 20 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 26, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 127. 

False faced Pansy; from Garden com- 
edy suite. 21 
© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 128. 

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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



3369 (22) 



nt. m.n. s., v. IS 



Fancy Nancy Clancy. 22 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 24, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 127. 

Fatty. 23 

© Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 126. 

Fidgety fingers. 24 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 128. 

Great (The) white way blues. 25 
© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, v, 5, 
p. 128. 

Have you forgotten me? blues, from 

The bunch and Judy. 26 

© T. B. Harms co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 2, 1923 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 130. 

Heart breaking. 27 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 128. 

Heavenly Father, take me home with 
Thee. 28 

© Dixon-Lane music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 1923 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 129. 

Hilo Bay. 29 

© Sizemore & Shrigley, Chicago. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 126. 

Honeymoon chimes. 30 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 8, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 129. 

Hot dog ; from The bunch and Judy. 31 
© T. B. Harms co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 2, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 130. 

How do you do Katinka; from The 

bunch and Judy. 32 

© T. B. Harms co.,. New York, 

Notice rec'd Mar. 2, 1923; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 130. 

Hula dreams. 33 

© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923 ; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 128. 

I AINT NEVER HAD NOBODY CRAZY OVER 

ME. 34 



21 



© Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 126. 

I'd be contented with you. 35 

© Will Rossiter, Chicago. Notice 
rec'd Mar. 5, 1923; recorded, v. 5. 
p. 130. 

I don't know why. 36 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 128. 

I'm drifting back to dreamland. 37 
© Ted Browne music co., Chicago. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 126. 

I've got the Ain't got nothin', never 

had nothin' blues. 38 

© Sizemore & Shrigley, Chicago. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 1923; recorded. 

v. 5, p. 126. 

I've got those runnin' wild blues. 39 
© Harms, inc., New York. Notice 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 128. 

I WAS WRONG. ALL WRONG. 40 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 24, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 127. 

In a way, I'm sorry, and in a way, 

I'm glad. 41 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Alar. 1, 1923; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 129. 

Jennie. 42 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 27, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 127. 

Krazy kapErs. 43 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 130. 

Lady of the lake. 44 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 26, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5 % 
p. 127. 

Liza ; from Liza. 45 

© Harms, inc., New York. Notice 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 128. 

Mary, why don't you marry me. 46 
© Will Rossiter, Chicago. Notice 
rec'd Alar. 5, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 130. 

4 



NOTICES OF USEE 



no. 3, 1923 



3369 (69) 



Memory isle. 47 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 27, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 127. 

Morning glory ; from The bunch and 

Judy. 48 

© T. B. Harms co.. New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 2, 1923 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 130. 

My Dixie pair o' dice. 49 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 
1923; recorded, v. 5, p. 127. 

My old man. 50 

© Harms, inc., New York. Notice 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 128. 

Off again, ox again blues. 51 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 6, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 130. 

Pale (The) Vexetiax moox; from 

The bunch and Judy. 52 

© T. B. Harms co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 2, 1923; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 130. 

Peach girl ; from The bunch and Judv. 

53 
© T. B. Harms co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Alar. 2, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 130. 

Perfect (A) kiss. 54 

© Dixon-Lane music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. Notice rec'd Mar. 2, 1923 ; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 129. 

Piaxo puzzle. 55 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 130. 

PuTTlx' OX AIRS. 56 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 129. 

Railroad max. 57 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 26, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 127. 

Red headed Rose; from Garden comedv 

suite. 58 

© Forster, music publisher, inc., 

Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923; 

recorded, v. 5, p. 128. 



Russiaxova. 59 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 130. 

Rusty goldexrod; from Garden comedy 
suite. 60 

© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923 ; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 128. 

Sevex or elevex. 61 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23 y 1923 ; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 127. 

Sleepy four o'clock ; from Garden com- 
edy suite. 62 
© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 128. 

Steam (The) cars; from Dances and 
games, by Gilman, Tyndale and Gay- 
nor. 63 

© John Church co., Cincinnati. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 127. 

Summer snowballs ; from Garden com- 
edy suite. 64 
© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 128. 

Summer's (A) night; suite, by Carl 

Doud. 65 

© Carl Fischer, New York. Notice 

rec'd Mar. TO, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 

p. 129. 

Sweet Dixie lady. 66 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 128. 

Sweet Molly Maloxe; words and music 

by Wal Bromby. 67 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 27, 1923; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 127. 

Tantalizin' mamma. 68 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 129. 

That red head gal. 69 

© Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 126. 



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3369 (70) 



pt. in,n. s., v. 18 



Think ot me. 70 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 130. 

TlNG-A-UNG-A-UNG, ON THE MaSON" 
DlXON LINE. 71 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 129. 

Tired (The) trav'lin' blues. 72 

© James Blythe, Chicago. Notice 
rec'd Feb. 26, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 127. 

Treasure isle. 73 

© Wahneta Swain, Chicago. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 8, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 131. 

Twilight on the Nile. 74 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 128. 

Uncle Sammy at the piano. 75 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1,1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 130. 

Wanting you so. 76 

© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 128. 



When eove comes stealing. 77 

© Richmond-Robbins, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1923 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 127. 

When the gold turns to gray. 78 
© Maurice Abrahams, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 3, .1923 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 130. 

Whenever I think oe you. 79 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 130. 

Whoa, Tillie, take your time. 80 

© Goodman & Rose, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 127. 

Wind (The) ; from Dances and games, 
by Gilman, Tyndale and Gaynor. 81 
© John Church co., Cincinnati. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 23, 1923; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 127. 

Wireless wavelets. 82 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1923 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 130. 

you said something when you said 
Dixie. 83 

© Maurice Abrahams, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 3, 1923; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 130. 



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3370-5679 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 

LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1923 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 

No. 4 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

LIBRARY BRANCH 

1923 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users oe this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, con- 
taining the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical compo- 
sitions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and is 
followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not conveniently 
alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.) 

Exceptions. — (l) In the case of editions of classical music instead of scat- 
tering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by an 
entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search should be 
made in this number not under title but under the following names of composers: 
Bach (Johann Sebastian); Beethoven (Ludwig van); Bizet (Georges); Chopin 
(Frederic Francois); Godard (Benjamin Louis Paul); Gounod (Charles Fran- 
cois); Handel (Georg Friedrich); Haydn (Franz Josef); Liszt (Franz); Mas- 
cagni (Pietro); Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix); Moszkowski 
(Moritz); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) ; Offenbach (Jacques); Raff (Joseph 
Joachim); Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio); Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) ; 
Schubert (Franz Peter); Schumann (Robert Alexander); Thomas (Charles Louis 
Ambroise); Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch); Wagner (Richard). In the case of 
all such works, however, there are cross references in the title alphabet from the 
title of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," " study," 
" exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable by the name 
of the composer) are entered under the composer's name without cross reference 
from the titles and search should only be made under the names of the composers. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also the 
claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and address 
of the publisher differ from those of the copyright proprietor, mention of the 
fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of publication 
and name of publisher. 



00 



EXPLANATIONS TO BE NOTED BY USERS OF THIS CATALOGUE. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise stated. 
Titles reading " Words by," " Music by," are to be understood as songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been abro- 
gated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for entry 
in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "E," Class E, 
Musical compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; "©," im- 
plies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of 
publication; "© 1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; 
and "2 a," for 2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of 
contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues containing such 
contributions is required. 

A list of copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compositions 
under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this 
issue immediately following the text. 

A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions used 
or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instruments serving to 
reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 (e) of the 
act of March 4, 1909, follows the list of renewals. 

The final number, completing the volume, is followed by a full annual index 
to both composers and proprietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which 
must be for the complete calendar year, is $1, payable in advance, to the Super- 
intendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express 
order, or New York draft. 



(in) 



NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from July 1, 1909, to June 30, 1914, inclusive, are 
still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1923. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be sup- 
plied on request. Address Register OE Copyrights, Library of Con- 
gress, Washington, D. C. 



(IV) 



RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UN- 
AUTHORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of 
music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical in- 
struments in the case of Australia, and the territories of Papua and 
Norfolk Island, Austria, Belgium, Cuba, Denmark, France, Germany, 
Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Luxemburg, the Netherlands, New Zea- 
land, Norway, and Sweden. The President signed proclamations to 
this effect on the following dates : Australia and the territories of 
Papua and Norfolk Island (Apr. 3, 1918, effective Mar. 15, 1918), 
Austria (May 25, 1922), Belgium (June 14, 1911, effective July 1, 
1909), Cuba (Nov. 27, 1911), Denmark (Dec. 9, 1920), France (Mav 
24, 1918), Germany (Dec. 8, 1910, May 25, 1922), Great Britain (Ian. 
1, 1915), Hungary (June 3, 1922), Italy (May 1, 1915, June 3, 1922), 
Luxemburg (June 14, 1911, effective lune 29, 1910), the Netherlands 
(Feb. 26, 1923, effective Oct. 2, 1922), New Zealand (Feb. 9, 1917, 
effective Dec. 1, 1916, May 25, 1922), Norway (June 14, 1911, effective 
Sept. 9, 1910), Sweden (Feb. 27, 1920, effective Feb. 1, 1920). These 
proclamations were printed in the Catalogue of Copyright Entries, 
Part 3, vol. 6, pages v-x of no. 7, and pages iv-v of no. 12; vol. 10, 
pages viii-xi of no. 3, and pages viii-ix of no. 4; vol. 12, pages v-ix 
of no. 3; vol. 13, pages vi-xii of no. 5; vol. 15, pages v-vii of no. 3, 
and pages vi-xiv of no. 13 ; vol. 17, pages vii-xix of no. 6; and vol. 18, 
pages vi-vii of no. 3. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of 
Hungary so far as the provisions of section 1 (e) are concerned, the 
proclamation dated October 15, 1912, putting into effect the conven- 
tion between the United States and Hungary, specifically provides 
that the general copyright protection secured by article 1 includes 
the copyright control of mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated fulfill 
the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) .of 
the act of Congress of March 4, 1909; Mexico (May 8, 1911), and 
Switzerland (Apr. 8, 1911). 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International Amer- 
ican Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was proclaimed 
by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914. This con- 
vention is. understood to be in effect as between the United States 
and Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, 
Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, 
Salvador, and Uruguay. 



(v) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS, 



A chi aggia SCEGLIERE I versi di G. 
Capurro, musica di G. Leone [of 
Italy; mand. ace.] Naples, F. Bideri. 
4to. 3370 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557054; Italian book co., New York. 

A la canone; by Felix Swinstead [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. (6 pieces af- 
ter Scarlatti, no. 2) 3371 
,© Jan-. 29, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556472 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

A la menuET; by Felix Swinstead [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. (6 pieces af- 
ter Scarlatti, no. 5) 3372 
© Jan. 29, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556469; Augener, ltd., London. 

A rosa 'e 'a palomma; duetto, versi di 

Francesco Amodio, musica di Agos- 

tino Montalto [of U. S.] 3373 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; E 561256; 

Alfred Amato, New York. 

A Venise (In Venice) ; words by 
Henry Brewster, English version and 
music by George Henschel [of Great 
Britain] [French and English text] 

3374 
© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556462; Augener, ltd., London. 

Ach kind, du hast was ; aus New 
York-Berlin, text von Fritz Fried- 
mann-Frederich u. Robert Bodanzky, 
musik von Rudolph Nelson tof Ger- 
many], arr. v. Otto Lindemann [of 
Germany] 3375 

© Sept. 22, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556557; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Ach Pepitto! aus Bitte Zahlen, worte 
von Louis Taufstein, musik von Ru- 
dolf Nelson [of Germany], erleichtert 
von Otto Lindemann [of Germany] 

3376 
© Oct. 21, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
E 556543; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Ad lib; one-step, by Tom Waltham and 
Ralph Hedges, arr. by G. Smet [of 
France] ; piano. Paris, Almar-Mar- 
gis, London, Dix. 3377 



© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551861; G. Lorette, Paris. [© 
arrangement] 

Addio giovinezza; fantasia, di G. 
Pietri, trascrizione di Giovanni 
Albisi [of Italy] ; piccola orch. con 
pianoforte. 3378 

© May 28, 1922; 1 c. June 12; 
E 551671 ; Casa musicale Sonzogno, 
Milan. 

Advanced sight-reading course erom 
the Universal music system ; com- 
piled by Anna von Meyerinck [of 
U. S.] 4to. 3379 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 2 c. Dec. 27; 
E 552970; Universal school of music, 
Larkspur, Calif. 

Adventurous (The) bowman ; words 

by Augusta Post, music by M. Gold 

tof U. S.] 3380 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 560697; 

Matthew Gold, Bayonne, N. J. 

Aeolian harp (La harpe eolienne) ; 
morceau de salon by Sydney Smith, 
op. 11, ed. by F. Henri Klickmann 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (McKinley world- 
famous edition, series 1, no. 364) 

3381 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; 
E 560535; McKinley music co., Chi- 
cago. [© editing] 

Af'n veg (On the way) ; English ver- 
sion by Constance Ramsay Gideon, 
music arr. by Henry Gideon tof U. S.] 
{In From the cradle to the chuppe, 
v. 2) 3382 

© Mar. 23, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; 
E 561220; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

After a while; words and music by 

James A. Walsh [0 f U. S.] 3383 

© Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 31; E 

558971 ; Orpheum music co., Boston. 

■ words and music by M. M. C. 

Jacoby tof U. S.i 3384 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923.; E 558861; 
M. Marie Cowles Jacoby, Seneca 
Falls, N. Y. 



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3385 



pt. in,n. s. 



13 



After the gale; concert etude, by Lee 
S. Roberts [of U. S.] ; piano. (Im- 
pressions of Lake Michigan, no. 2) 

3385 

© Mar. 14, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

560962 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

After the shower; words by Harold 
G. Frost, music by E. Clinton Keith- 
ley and F. Henri Klickmann tof 
U. S.i 3386 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; 
E 560525; McKinley music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Agitats; by Gaston Borch [of Bel- 
gium] ; orch. and piano conductor. 
4to. [Hawkes' photoplay series, no. 
20] 3387 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 12; E 
551690; Hawkes & son, London. 

Ain't bad blues; the deacon told me 

I was good, words and music bv 

Billy Smythe [of U. S.] 3388 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1923; E 561404; 

Billy Smythe, Louisville. 

Ain't but the one; words and music 
by Sonnv Clay and James H. Jack- 
son [of U. S.] 3389 
© Mar. 2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
560722; James H. Jackson and Sonny 
Clay, Los Angeles. 

Ain't love a wonderful thing, um-m-m 
papa, um-m-m mama; fox trot, by 
Roy Ingraham, arr. by Geo.. J. Trink- 
haus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch. in E flat, 
with words. 4to. 3390 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 6; E 
558407; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [© new arrangement] 

Air d'Isabelle; d'Isabelle & Pantalon, 
paroles de Max Jacob, musique de 
Roland-Manuel tof France] (Mor- 
ceaux detaches, no. 2) 3391 

© Dec. 31. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556317; Heugel, Paris. [© ar- 
rangement] 

Air de Pantaeon;- d'Isabelle & Panta- 
lon, paroles de Max Jacob, musique 
de Roland-Manuel [of France] 
(Morceaux detaches, no. 1) 3392 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556318; Heugel, Paris, t© arrange- 
ment] 

Al Fresco; a sketch, by J. H. Hande 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [Blue print] 3393 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E _ 560362; 
John Hallward Hande, Baltimore. 



'Aeanna; words by Edna Eileen 

Archer, music by Hermann Lohr tof 

Great Britain] " 3394 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 5; E 

556772; Chappell $f co., ltd., London. 

Aeimony (The) beues; words by E. 

Jones, music by Ray Hibbeler tof 

U. S.] 3395 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1923; E 559059; 

Edna Jones, Los Angeles. 

Ale' ave di sera (Evensong) ; by 
Redento Zardo [of Italy] ; piano. 

3396 
© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 15; 
E 558906; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Ale I need is a mother; words by A. 
J. Branic, music by W. C. Harvey 
tof U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., H. C. 
Weasner & co. 3397 

© Julv 15, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1923; 
E 560380; A. J. Branic, Madera, Pa. 

Aee roads lead home; words by A. B. 
Pollock, melody by Herman Dubois 
ipseud. of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

3398 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; E 560820; 
Anna B. Pollock, Haviland, Kan. 

Aee the time I'm loving you: words 
by D. Lindstrom, music by H. Rich- 
ard rof U. S.i 3399 
©1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 558342; 
Delaine Lindstrom, Crofton, Neb. 

All the way; words by W. C. Poole, 
music bv Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] 

3400 
© Mar. 29, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 19 ; E 
560978; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

All the world for Christ; choral 
march, words by R. R. Hall, music 
by F. A. Challinor tof Great Britain] ; 
for adult and junior choirs, organ 
ace. 4to. (Choral album, no. 1330) 

3401 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 16; 

E 556363; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 



All the world is in love with the 
moonlight; words and melody by 
Dorothea Johnston tof U. S.i, arr. 
bv M. J. Johnston [of U. S.] 3402 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; E 560515; 
Mary Jane Johnston, Sacramento, 

. Calif. 

Allalah ; Tiirkische wachtparade, aus 
Bitte Zahlen worte von Theobald 



218 



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no. 4, 1923 



3420 



Tiger, musik von Rudolf Nelson [of 
Germany], erleichtert von Otto Linde- 
mann [of Germany] 3403 

© Mar. 7, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556592; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

AllE STJSSEN, KLEINEN madchEN ; one 
step, aus Die heimliche braut, worte 
von Will Steinberg, musik von Kurt 
Zorlig, klav. arr. von Otto Lindemann 
[of Germany] 3404 

© Sept. 5, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556609; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

All£gressE; fantaisie par A. Courtade 

[of France] ; clairons et tambours. 

4to. 3405 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 13; 

E 556864; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 

Allegretto quasi menuetto; after a 
theme by Beethoven, b}' Rich. Krentz- 
lin [of Germany] op. 79; piano. 3406 
© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; 
E 558742; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Alnaes (Eyvind) 10 pianostykker ; 
over Norske folkeviser, af E. Alnaes 
[of Norway] op. 39. (Wilhelm Han- 
sen edition, nos. 2276 a ' b ) hfte. 1, 2. 

3407 
© Feb. 3, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 26; E 
556529; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Alone; words and music by C. A. Mc- 
Manus iof U. S.], arr. by Geo. J. 
Philpot [of U. S.] Albany, Bell 

. music co. 3408 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 2; E 
559044; Clarence A. McManus, Al- 
bany. 

Alone in the twilight; waltz, by S. 

J. Rognlie tof U. S.] ; piano. 3409 

© Mar. 25, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; 

E 561300; S. J. Rognlie, Lewistown, 

Mont. 

Along Broadway; words and music by 
Morris Davidson tof U. S.I, assisted 
bv Joseph Feldman [of U. S.], arr. 
by Romo Falk. 3410 

© Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 24; 
E 561194; Morris Davidson, music 
publisher, Cleveland. 

Alpha zeta beta: words by Edna 
Newville, music bv B. Gardner [of 
U. S.i 3411 



© Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 31; 
E 559040; Blanche Gardner, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 

Altina ; natial, valse lente, par G. Smet 

tof France] ; piano avec paroles. 

Paris, Almar-Margis. 3412 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551867; G. Eorette, Paris. 

Always looking eor a little sun- 
shine; words by John Anderson, 
music by Joe Hearst tof Canada] 

3413 
© Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; E 
559153; Hearst music publishers, ltd., 
Winnipeg, Canada. 

Am Njassa-See; text von Jo Gribitz, 
musik von Heinrich Strecker tof 
Austria] op. 115. 3414 

© Dec. 22, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556616; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Ambrosia; valse boston, von Ernest 

Tompa tof Germany] ; piano. 3415 

© Oct. 7, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 

E 556553; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 

Berlin. 

Ame (I/) perdue (The lost soul) ; 
words by Henry Brewster, English 
version and music by George Hen- 
schel tof Great Britain] [French and 
English text] 3416 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556461; Augener, ltd., London. 

America eor Christ; march song, 

words by Mrs. P. Bahr, music bv H. 

Richard [of U. S.] '3417 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1923; E- 560849; 

Mrs. Peter Bahr, Wabasha, Minn. 

America we need you now; words by 
O. Walters, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] arr. by Theo. G. Beach 
tof U. S.] 3418 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923: E 560609; 
Olive Walters, Toledo, O 

America, your boys are calling you; 
words and music by D. Alexander 
[of U. S.], arr. by Seldon Heaps [of 
U. S.] 3419 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; E 560948; 
Dorothy Alexander, Salt Lake City. 

American fidelity ; march, bv R. G. 
Wetherhold [of U. S.] arr. "by Fred 
Luscomb tof U. S.] ; orch. 3420 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 558249; 
Ravmond G. Wetherhold, Allentown, 
Pa.' 



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3421 



pt. ui,n. s., v. 18' 



American (The) flag is good enough 
for ME; words by F. Butler, music 
by Fred W. Longshaw [of U. So 

3421 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; E 558825; 
Frank Butler, Pittsburgh. 

American national hymn ; words by 
S. F. Smith, music by F. W. Law- 
rence [of U. S.] South Londonderry, 
Vt, Lawrence bros. .3422 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560374; Francis W. Lawrence, South 
Londonderry, Vt. 

Ammore 'E cumme o sole; words and 
music by V. Ussano [of U. So 3423 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1923; E 558783; 
Vincenzino Ussano, New York. 

Amour quand tu nous tiens; fox 

trot et shimmy, de A. Chantrier [of 

France] ; piano. 3424 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 8; E 

550922; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

■ paroles de Leo Lelievre et H. 

Varna, musique de A. Chantrier [of 
France] 3425 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 8; E 
556370; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Amour (L') tres long; one step de 
Poperette Aphrodinette, paroles de 
Jack Cazol, musique de Gino Mar- 
cucci tof Italy] Paris, Almar-Margis. 

3426 
i© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551859; G. Lorette, Paris. 

Ancient oe days ; words by Wm. C. 
Doane, music by E. K. Heyser tof 
U. So ; mixed voices. (Twelfth se- 
ries octavo anthems, no 583) 3427 
© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
558306; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Andante rELIgieux ; melody, by Nellie 

Simpson tof England] ; violin and 

piano. 3428 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 

556724; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Andante religioso; by L. Leslie Loth 
[of U. So ; piano, four hands, earl- 
iest grade, obi. 8vo. 3429 
© Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 9; E 
560768 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Andre stadtchen, andre madchen; 
aus New York-Berlin, text von Fritz 
Friedmann-Frederich u. Robert Bo- 
danzky, musik von Rudolph Nelson 
tof Germany], klavier arr. v. Otto 
Lindemann [of Germany] 3430 



© Sept. 22, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28,. 
1923; E 556558; Drei masken verlag, 
a. g., Berlin. 

Angels (The) are stooping; poem by 

W. B. Yeats, music by Maurice 

Besly tof Great Britain] ; in E. 3431 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 7; E 

556690; Enoch & sons, London. 

Anniuta; polka, by G. Ganitzky rof 

Austria], arr. by I. J. Hochman tof 

U. So ; instrumental. 3432' 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; E 558874 ;. 

Israel J. Hochman, New York. 

Anniversario ; melodie pascoliane, [pa- 
role anono, musica di Domenico 
Alaleona [of Italy] ; una voce. Edi- 
zioni Ricordi. 4to. 3433' 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 
556721; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Anniversary selection, no. 25; words, 
by M. S. Haycraft, music by Caleb 
Simper tof Great Britain] 4to. nos. 
1-7. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] 3434 
© Feb. 8, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 5; E 
556521 ; A. Weeks & co., ltd., London. 

Answer (The) ; words by J. C. Ripley, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. tof U. So 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

343S 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 

558234; Jane C. Ripley, Newark, N. J. 

Answer prayer; words by J. C. Miller, 

music by Chas. H. Gabriel, jr. [of 

U. So 3436 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

560980; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Answer the call; words by A. H. 

Ackley, music by B. D. Ackley [of 

U. So 3437 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

560999; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Answer the summons ; words and 

music by Edith Hillery Hay [of 

U. So 3438 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

560985; Chas H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Antoinette; by Charles Huerter tof 
U. So; piano. 3439' 

© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; E 
558753; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Anywhere; words by Fred Hilson, 
music by Emmett Osborne [of U. S.i, 
arr. by Vern Elliott tof U. So 3440 



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3456 



. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1923; E 559108; 
Fred Hilson co., inc., Los Angeles. 

Apache sweetheart; words and mel- 
ody by E. H. Friel [of U. S.], arr. 
by L. L. VosBurgh [0 f U. S.] 3441 
© 1 c. Man 16, 1923; E 560897; 
E. Harmon Friel, New York. 

Apple blossom time; words by M. 
Reamy, music by C. E. Coleman tof 
U. S.] 3442 

© Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 29; 
E 559010; Mattie Reamy, Fairport, 
Va. 

'Ard up, but 'appy; song one-step 
words by Stanley J. Damerell and 
Robert Hargreaves, music by S. E. 
Tolchard Evans tof Great Britain] 

3443 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 3; E 

556652; Cecil Lennox & co., London. 

Ariette de Zerbinette; d' Isabelle & 
Pantalon, paroles de Max Jacob, 
musique de Roland-Manuel [of 
France] (Morceaux detachee, no. 
3) 3444 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556316; Heugel, Paris. [© ar- 
rangement] 

Around us hear the sounds oe even; 
by Antonin Dvorak, arr. by Archi- 
bald T. Davison [of U. S.] ; men's 
voices. 4to. (Concord series, no. 
36; Harvard university glee club col- 
lection) 3445 
© Feb. 14, 1923;2 c. Feb. 19; E 
558128; E. C. Schirmer music co., 
Boston. 

Arrius ; love song, words and music 
by Kalimo Hollinshead, [pseud, of 
Elizabeth Marie Donaldson, of U. S.], 
arr. by Vern Elliott [of V. §.) 
[Photostat] 3446 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1923; E 558968; 
Elizabeth Marie Donaldson, Los 
Angeles. 

As Cou£ woued have us say ; phsyco- 
topical song, words and music by A. 
MacDonald, [of U. S.] NewPort, 
R. I., MacDonald studio. (Cover- 
title : Day by day as Coue would 
have, us say) 3447 

© Feb. 12, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 16; E 
560289; Archie MacDonald, Newport, 
R. I. 



As IT began To dawn ; Easter anthem, 
music by Louis Baker Phillips [of 



U. S.] ; mixed voices with alto and 
ten. solos, organ ace. 4to. 3448 

© Feb. 16, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
558162; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Ask me no questions, Fee tele you 
no lies ; words by L. Dorsey, music 
by E. Williams [of U. S.i, arr. by 
Herman Schloss tof U. S.] 3449 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 558826; 
Leo Dorsey and Eugene Williams, 
New York. 

Asking God to bless you ; words by 

E. Lenore Harpster, music by F. B. 

DeLeone [of U. S.] 3450 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

560584; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 

At Columbine's grave; words by Bliss 
Carman, music bv Martin Shaw tof 
Great Britain] 3451 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 16; E 
556740; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

At Jesus' EEET ; words by E. E. Hewitt, 

music by Emma Ackley Miller [of 

U. S.i 3452 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

560994; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

At the EEET oE Jesus; words and 
music by H. Lillenas [of Norway, 
domiciled at Redlands, Calif.] ; con- 
tralto or bass. 3453 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 31; E 
559014; Haldor Lillenas, Redlands, 
Calif, 

At the making oe the hay ; words by 
Samuel Minturn Peck, music by Liza 
Lehmann [of U. S.], arr. by Elwyn 
Middleton [of U. S.] Gamble school 
ed. 4to. 3454 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; 
E 558905; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 

At Twilight; a slumber song, words 
and music by Dorothy Dowman 
Hughes tof U. S.i 3455 

© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; 
E 558738; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Au bout des levres ; fox-trot dans La 
revue des Du bout des levres, paroles 
de F. Rouvray et R. Genty, musique 
de Maurice Hermite tof France] 

3456 
© Feb. 16, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 16; E 
556374; Enoch & co., Paris. 



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3457 



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Au pays des condoles ; canzonetta, par 

R. Boischot [of France] ; orch. avec 

piano conducteur. 4to. 3457 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 

E 556296; Raoul Boischot, Paris. 

Aunt Mandy; words and melody by 

W. Astor Morgan [of U. S.i 3458 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1923; E 559064; 

Arrow music pub. co., inc., New 

York. 

Aurora (Dawn) ; fox trot, di Um- 

berto Candiolo [of Italy] ; piano. 

(Tre danze moderne) 3459 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 

556730; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Autumn leaves ; words and music by 
James Brockman [of U. S.] 3460 
© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 2; E 
560442; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

Ayant printemps ; de Louis Gregh, 
arr. par S. Chapelier [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

3461 
© Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556294; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. [©) arrangement] 

Ave Maria; Latin words, music by F. 
Bonnem tof U. S.i ; for 3 mixed 
Yoices. New York, Bosworth & co. 
4to. 3462 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 14; E 
558556; Frances Bonnem, Clinton, la. 

Latin words, music by M. L. Nem- 

mers [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Mixed 
voices. — 2. Male voices. 3463 

© Feb. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. each Mar. 1 ; 
E 560384; M. L. Nemmers, Mil- 
waukee. 

Ave Maria, heart oe my Savior ; Eng- 
lish words by Lillian Hendrix Clark, 
music by Stephen A. Erst tof^ U. S.] 
op. 17, no. 1. Forster ed. 3464 

© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; 
E 560805 ; Forster music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 

Awake thou that slEEpEst; words 
from the Bible, music by De Loss 
Smith tof U. S.] ; mezzo voice. Cin- 
cinnati, O., Fillmore music house. 

3465 
© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 1; E 
560393; Fillmore bros. co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Ay (Say) ; fox cancion, words and 
music by C. R. Carter and N. King 
[of England] 3466 



© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; E 560519; 
Cuthbert Roy Carter and Norman 
King, Mexico, D. F., Mexico. 

Babies oe every land; compiled by 
Katharine Scherer Cronk [of U. S.] 
8vo. 3467 

© Dec. 18, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
26; aff. Jan. 19, 1923; A 697255; 
Laura F. Fry, Philadelphia. 

Baby buntin' ; fox trot, from Elsie, 
by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake, 
arr. by Louis Katzman [of U. S.] ; 
orch. with words. 4to. 3468 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 6; E 
558408; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [© new arrangement] 

Baby Glyde's lullaby; words by C. 

H. Clough, music by J. Stanton Lut- 

ton [of U. S.i 3469 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; E 560831; 

Charles Henry Clough, Pittsburgh. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Siciliano ; 
by Bach, ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz 
rof U. S.], played by Dai Buell. 
(Solo carola hand plaved record, no. 
74776) [Music roll] " 3470 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
558386; Cable co., Chicago. [© edit- 
ing.] 

Sixth organ sonata ; by J. S. Bach, 

transcribed by Gerrard Williams tof 
Great Britain] ; violin and piano, in 
G major. 

© Mar. 9, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 26; E 
557043; Schott & co., London. [© 
transcription] 

Trois sonates; par J. S. Bach, 

revision par Claude Debussy tof 
France] ; piano et violoncelle, en sol 
majeur, re majeur, sol mineur. Edi- 
tion classique. 3472 
© Jan. 25, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 10 ; E 
556447; Durand et cie., Paris. [© 
revision] 

Bacio senza amore; versi di G. Te- 
tamo, musica di F. Pugliese [of 
Italy; mand. ace.] Naples, F. Bideri. 
4to. 3473 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557053; Italian book co., New York. 

Back home; words and music by E. 
Drew tof U. S.i 3474 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 558329; 
Eula Drew, Madison, Fla. 

Back in dear Ohio; words and music 
by D. S. Ireland [of U. S.], arr. by 



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3494 



Elsie L. Ireland [of U. S.] ; male cho. 
[Blue print] 3475 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; E 560931; 
David S. Ireland, Lexington, O. 

Back to Jesus ; words and music by- 
Mrs. C. H. Morris tof U. S.i 3476 
© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 
E 560987; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Bad baby ; fox trot, words and music 

by B. Leeman and Lew Reynolds 

tof U. S.], arr. by B. Leeman. 3477 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; E 558351; 

Bert Leeman, Sacramento, Calif. 

Badinage; di Carlo Balzamo [of Italy] ; 
piano. 3478 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 
556734; G. Ricordi & Co., Milan. 

Bagnaiuolo (II) e ea bagnante; 

words by Frank Amodio, music by 

Domencio Letti t of U. S.] 3479 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923; E 558674; 

Alfredo Amato, New York. 

Bahianinhas ; donga, black's step, par 

G. Smet tof France] ; piano avec 

paroles. Paris, Almar-Margis. 3480 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551869; G. Lorette, Paris. 

Baeead memories ; selection intro : The 
trumpeter, etc., arr. by Sydney 
Baynes [of Great Britain] ; orch. 
(Boosey's orchestral journal, no. 220) 

3481 
© Jan. 23, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 7; E 
556702; Boosey & co., London. [© 
arrangement] 

Baeead (A) oe Cape St. Vincent; 
words by John Masefield, music by 
Hermann Lohr [of Great Britain] 

3482 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 5; E 

556773; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Baelade d' areequin ; par Angelo Cor- 

bellini [of France] op. 5; piano. 3483 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551928; A. Corbellini, Nice, France. 

Baeeade ET caprice; by Mana-Zucca 
[pseud, of Augusta Zuckermann, of 
U. S.] op. 28; piano, and violin or 
cello. . 3484 

© Mar. 14, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; E 
560933 ; Boston music co., New York. 

Baeeando poeka; by Jos. S. Diasio [of 
U. S.] ; instrumental. 3485 



© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 558840; 
Nicolo' Biondo, New York. 

Bambaeina; from The wild flower, 
words by Otto Harbach and Oscar 
Hammerstein, 2d, music by Vincent 
Youmans and Herbert Slothart [of 
U. S.] 3486 

© Feb. 16, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
558157; Harms, inc., New York. 

Bang on your tambourine ; words and 
music by Mort Dixon, Sidney Gibson 
and Ernest Breuer.tof U. S.] 3487 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 28; E 
558324; Broadway music Corp., New 
York. 

Barcaroeee; d' Isabelle & Pantalon de 
Roland-Manuel [of France] ; piano. 
(Morceaux detaches, no. 4) 3488 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556319; Heugel, Paris. t © ar- 
rangement] 

■ par Marcelle Soulage [of France] 

op. 17; harpe a pedales. 3489 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 13; E 
556868; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

no. 3, par Roger-Ducasse [of 

France] ; piano. 3490 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551894; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Barcaroeee song; Edgeworth, on the 
Ohio river, words by Robert P. 
Nevin, music by Arthur Nevin tof 
U. S.] ; medium voice. 3491 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
558420 ; G. Schirmer, inc., -New York. 

Barefoot boy; words by Gus Kahn, 
music by Percy Wenrich [of U. S.] 

3492 
© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558210; Forster music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 

Barnegat (A) love-song; words by 
Ethelean Tyson Gaw, music by Pur- 
don Robinson [of U. S.] 3493 
© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560481; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Barney Googee; fox trot, words and 
music by Billy Rose and Con Conrad 
tof U. S.i 3494 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; E 
561279; Jerome H. Remick & co.. 
New York. 



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3495 



pt. in,n. s., v. 18 



Barnum was right; fox trot, by A. 

Montanelli [of Italy, domiciled at 

New York] ; 1st violin. 3495 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; E 560895; 

Anacleto Montanelli, New York. 

Basi E bote ; commedia lirica in tre atti, 
di Arrigo Boito [of Italy], musica di 
R. Pick-Mangiagalli tof Italy] ; canto 
e pf. Edizioni Ricordi. 3496 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; D 
26419; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Batavia; from The cousin from no- 
where, lyric by Adrian Ross and Rob-, 
ert C. Tharp tof Great Britain], music 
by Edward Kunneke [of Germany] 
(Staff and tonic sol-fa notations) 

3497 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923; 

E 551672 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

t© revised edition and English lyrics.] 

BatuTAs; pixinquinha samba, par G. 
Smet tof France] ; piano avec paroles. 

3498 
© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551868; Lorette, Paris. 

Be brave; words and music by Lee S. 
Roberts rof U. S.] (In Little songs 
of optimism) 3499 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 28; E 
558928 ; Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 

BeautiEue belee; words and music by 

E. Buckner tof U. S.] 3500 

© Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 14; E 

558829; Elliott Buckner, Florence, 

Ala. 

BeautiEue Corpus Christi; words by 

Mrs. G. W. Billups, music by H. 

Richard [of U. S.] 3501 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 558343; 

Mrs. G. W. Billups, Goliad, Tex. 

Beautieue dream oe my heart; words 
by L. B. Souder, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. tof U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. 3502 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558237; Lawson B. Souder, Doves- 
ville, Va. 

Beauty and beauty; words by Rupert 

Brooke, music by Thomas F. Dunhill 

tof England]; in E flat. 3503 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 1 c. 28; E 556659; 

Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Beauty gire; words and music by A. 
Kirkman iof U. S.i 3504 



© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
560704; A. M. Kirkman, San Fran- 



Because it's you ; words and melodv 
by Paul B. Franklin tof U. S.i. 3505 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; E 561400; 
Edward Spitz, Los Angeles. 

Because oe you ; melody by L. Haberlv 
[of U. S.] 3506 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923; E 558668; 
Lylas Haberly, San Francisco. 

words and music by Olive Linnell 

[i. e. Olive Herbert, of England] 
London, Warren & Phillips. 3507 
© Dec. 19, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; 
E 551284; Olive Herbert, Redhill, 
England. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) The storm; 
fourth movement from Pastorale 
symphony no. 6, by L. van Beethoven, 
arr. by Walter G. Hauenschild [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with organ and piano. 

3508 
© Mar. 9, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; E 
560895 ; Photo play music co., inc., 
New York. [© new arrangement] 

Before the gaee ; concert etude, by Lee 
S. Roberts tof U. S.] ; piano. (Im- 
pressions of Lake Michigan, no. 1) 

3509 

© Mar. 14, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

560961 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

BEHOED! I STAND AT THE DOOR; words 

from the Bible, music by De Loss 
Smith [of U. S.] ; mezzo voice. Cin- 
cinnati, O., Fillmore music house. 

3510 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 1; E 

560392; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

BEEiEVE, and be saved; words adapted 
from the Scriptures, music by J. B. 
Herbert [of U. S.] (In Scripture 
songs) 3511 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558195; T. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 
111. 

Beeea Donna; words by Harry B. 
Smith and Arthur M. Brilant, music 
by Ted Snyder tof U. S.i 3512 

© Mar 9, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 9; E 
560751 ; Waterson, Berlin and Syn- 
der co., New York. 

Beeea napoeitana ; serenade-boston, 
par Speranza-Camusat [of France] 
op. 275 ; piano. Paris, Almar-Margis. 

3513 



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no. 4, 1923 



3533 



© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551873; Lorette, Paris. 

BEEEES (Les) manieres (The ways of 
the world) ; French air of the 
XVIIIth century, English tr., tran- 
scribing and harmonizing by Deems 
Taylor tof U. S.i op. 15, no. 12; high 
voice. (Traditional airs, no. 4961) 

3514 

© Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; E 

558473 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

[© transcription and harmonization] 

Belwin, inc., variety eoeio; collection 
for 36 instruments, arr. by Maurice 
Baron [of France] ; full orch. 4to. 

3515 
© Mar. 2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; E 
560844; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Benedicta; music by Fr. Jos. Schiitky, 
op. 6, ed. by J. Alfred Schehl rof 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. (Willis music 
company Catholic-octavo, no. 4086) 

3516 
<© Mar. 14, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
560966; Willis music co., Cincinnati. 
[© arrangement] 

Benediction; by Edwin H. Lemare [of 
England, 'domiciled at Portland, 
Me.] ; organ with chimes. (In 
Twelve short improvisations, bk. 2, 
no. 6) 3517 

© Dec. 19, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1923; 
E 555473; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Berceuse; par H. Kryzanowska [of 
France] op. 41 ; piano. 3518 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556252; A. Zunz Mathot, Paris. 

; pour violon et piano, sur le nom 

de Gabriel Faure, par Maurice Ravel, 
transcription par Lucien Garban [of 
France] 1. Piano a quatre mains. — 
2. Violoncelle et piano. 3519,3520 
© Jan. 12, Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. each 
Feb. 9; E 556275, 556276; Durand 
et cie., Paris. r© transcription] 

1. Piano a 2 mains. — 

2. Flute et piano. 3521,3522 

© Jan. 4, Jan. 12, 1923; 1 c. each 
Feb. 9; E 556277, 556278; Durand et 
cie., Paris. [© transcription] 

Bessarabier chusid 'l; by I. J. Hoch- 
man [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 3523 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; E 558873; 
Israel J. Hochman, New York. 



Betty (The) Jane march; by I. B. 

Sorter [of U. S.] ; piano. 3524 

© Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 29; E 

559009; Ina Belle Sorter, Gates 

Mills, O. 

Betwyn's dance album ; by Montague 
Clayton and others [of .Great Brit- 
ain] ; piano. 3525 
© Feb. 22, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 5; E 
556688; Betwyn, ltd., London. 

Beyond the starry skies; words by ' 

James Fanch, music, by Harry M. 

Gilbert [of U. S.] ; organ ace. 3526 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 6; E 

558424; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Bimbe innamorate; la canzone delle 
carte, valzer, versi e musica di Ro- 
molo Corona tof Italy] : mand ace. 
Milan, Casa editrice musicale Pierrot. 
4to. 3527 

© Dec. 1, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; 
E 556681 ; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Bird rhapsody; melody by Albert 
Chiaffarelli [of U. S.] 3528 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; E 561202; 
Albert Chiaffarelli, New York. 

Bird song; words and music by K. L. 
Smith rof U. So 3529 

© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; E 
561183; Katherine L. Smith, Minne- 
apolis. 

Birdie; words and melody by Bob 

Rothberg [i. e. Robert Rothberg, of 

U. S.] 3530 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923 ; E- 558858 ; 

Robert Rothberg, New York. 

Birds on the wing.; by Arthur Hinton 

[of Great Britain] ; piano. Four 

pastoral sketches, no. 3) 3531 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 12 ; 1923 ; 

E 551686; Reid bros., ltd., London. 

Birth ; poem by Frederic Lawrence 
Knowles, music by William Stickles 
[of U. S.] 3532 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17: E 
558116; Schroeder & Gunther. New 
York. 

Bizet (Georges) Scene from Carmen; 
by Bizet, arr. by George Rosey rof 
U. S.] ; orch. Rosey's ed. New York, 
George Rosey pub. co. 4to. 3533 
© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 
E 560974; G. M. Rosenberg, New 
York. 



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Blessing and glory ; anthem, music "by 
Sergei Rachmaninoff, arr. by R. 
Markaroff [of U. S.i ; mixed voices. 
4to. 3534 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
558145; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Blindman's buEE (Blindekuh) ; by 
Richard Eilenberg [of Germany: op. 
302; piano. 3535 

© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; E 
558752; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Blue jean Billy ; words by _ M. . P. 
Ganev, music by Len Fleming [of 
U. gj 3536 

© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; 
E 559150; Merlin P. Ganey, Gillespie, 
111. 

Blue (A) song; by J. W. Newton [of 
U. S.] ; melody with piano ace. 3537 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 558285; 
John Wesley Newton, Buffalo. 

Blues, blues, blues; the new fox- 
blues, by Rogg Bound [of _ France] ; 
piano. Paris, Almar-Margis. Lon- 
don, Dix. 3538 
© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551860; G. Lorette, Paris. 

Blues (The) conEused; words and 
music by Rolland W. Clements [of 
U. S.i, arr. by Paul M. Paulsen [of 
U. S.] 3539 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; E 558359; 
Rolland Clements, Boston. 

Bluest (The) oe the blues ; words 
and music by Tom Waltham [of 
England] ; avec theorie. Paris, Al- 
mar-Margis. 3540 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551871 ; G. Lorette, Paris. 

Bob-o-link; words by Lester O'Keefe, 
melody by Louis Breau [of U. S.] 
arr. by Russell Bennett [of U. S.] 

3541 

© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1923; E 559113; 
Goodman & Rose, inc., New York. 

Boghen (Felix) Notturno; par P. 
Boghen [of France] ; piano. 3542 
© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556292; M. Rossignol, Paris. 

BofTE A musique ; par Enrico Toselli 

[of Italy] ; piano. 3543 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551909; Delrieu freres, Nice, 

France. 



Bonbonniere-boston ; von Manny Mau- 
der [of Germanyj, arr. von Otto 
Lindemann cof Germany] ; piano. 

3544 
© Nov. 1, 1920; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556542; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Bonne (La) Aubaine; paroles de 
Fred Pearly et R. Myrra, musique 
de G. Gabaroche et F. Pearly tof 
France] 3545 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556245; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Bonnie wee hoose on the hillside; 
words by Dan Fraser, music bv 
Haydn P. Halstead rof Great Brit- 
aim ; in B flat. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 3546 

© Feb. 21, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 23; E 
556449 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Bonsoir, petit pere; berceuse, par E. 
Lucas [of France] ; violon seul. 4to. 

3547 
© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; 
E 556443; Durand & cie., Paris. 

Book (A) oe choruses ; for high 
schools and choral societies, ed. by 
George Whitefield Chadwick, Os- 
bourne McConathy and others tof 
U. S.i 4to. 3548 

© Jan. 13, 1923 ; 2 c. and aff . Feb. 
8; A 696299; Silver, Burdett & co., 
Newark, N. J. 

Boosey's brass and reed band jour- 
nal, no. 631 ; arr. by Boosey & co. 
[of Great Britain] ; band. 4to. 3549 
© Feb. 14, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 7; E 
556701 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London, i© arrangement] 

Bouquet (The) valley oe my north- 
ern mountain home; words by J. 
F. Whitney, music by Charlotte E. 
Serkett [0 f U. S.i 3550 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558975; 
Joel F. Whitney, Westport, N. Y. 

Brancour (Rene) Suite; par R. Bran- 
cour tof France] ; pour saxophone 
ten. en ut, et piano. Contents : 1. Im- 
provisation. — 2. Pastorale. — 3. Hu- 
moresque. 3551 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556267; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 

op. 98; trombone ten. avec 

ace. de piano. Contents : 1. Medita- 
tion. — 2. Lied. — 3. Fanfare. 3552 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556262; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 



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3570 



Brightest (The) star; words by Mrs. 
D. John, music by R. A. Brown tof 
U. S.i 3553 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
558159; Mrs. David John, Zeona, 
S. D. 

Bring it with you when you come; 
words and melody by Porter Grain- 
ger tof U. S.], arr. by John Ricketts 
tof U. S.i 3554 

© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1923; E 559103; 
Bob Harris, New York. 
» 
Broadway beuES ; words by D. Ashba, 
music by Chas. L. Johnson [of U. S.i 

3555 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; E 560947; 
Dan Ashba, Kansas City, Mo. 

Broadway squaw; words by Martin 

Brandon, melody by J. V. De Cim- 

ber tof U. S.i 3356 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; E 560956; 

Joseph V. De Cimber, Milwaukee. 

Broadway- (The) waltz; words and 
music by C. Haller and W. A. Bush- 
man tof U. S.] 3557 
© Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; 
E 558664; Charles Haller and Wil- 
liam A. Buschaw, New York. 

Broken buttercups ; valse petite, from 
The garden comedy suite, by George 
S. Schuler rof U. So ; piano. 3558 

© Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558214; Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 

Broken hearted melody; words by 
Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones 
tof U. S.i 3559 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558212; Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 

Brook (The) ; words by Tennyson, 
, music by Winifred E. Moore tof 

U. S.i, arr. by John S. Fearis ; alto 

ad lib. 4to. (Unison chorus, no. 

1205) 3560 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 3; E 

559052; J. S. Fearis & bro., Chicago. 

Brown, black and yellow blues; 
words by. Howard Johnson, melody 
by Sam Perry and Sam C. Lanin 
[of U. S.] 3561 

© 1 c. Apr. 6, 1923; E 559136; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



Brown eyes; words and melody by 
Herbert Cohen [of U. S.], arr. by 
Morton W. Friedman [of U. S.] 
[Photostat] 3562 

. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1923; E 561398; 
Herbert Cohen, Brooklyn. . 

Buehlmeyer (Henry) 75 music pieces 
without notes; a selection of folks 
songs etc., arr. by H. Buehlmeyer 
tof U. S.] ; piano and organ. 3563 

; © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
5; A 695087; Henry Buehlmeyer, 
Hoboken, N. J. 

BuEEAlo, I'm back again; words and 
music by C. Falsone [of U. S.] In- 
vincible ed. New York, Invincible 
music co., inc. 3564 

© Mar. 16, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 17; 
E 558630; Carrie Falsone, Buffalo. 

Bull-erog (The) patrol; fox trot, by 

Jerome Kern, arr. by H. M. Higgs 

[of Great Britain] ; piano. 3565 

© Mar. 19, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 

557067; T. B. Harms co., New York. 

Busy bees' song; by W. D. Armstrong 
rof U. S.] ; piano. (Five nature 
sketches) 3566 

© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; 
E 558505; Theo. Presser co., Phil- 
adelphia. * 

Buy a bungalow; words and music 
by A. M. Stringfield [of U. S.] 3567 
© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; E 558930; 
Annie May Stringfield, New York. 

Byrd (William) Fourteen pieces for 
keyed instruments ; by William Byrd, 
ed. by J. A. Fuller Maitland and W. 
Barclay Squire tof Great Britain] 

3568 

© Feb. 20, 1923.; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 

' 556776; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

C'EST l'amour; fox trot et shimmy de 
la revue En douce, paroles de Albert 
Willemetz et Jacques-Charles, mu- 
sique de Maurice Yvain tof France] 

3569 
© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556246; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

C'EST l'exTase; poesie de Paul Ver- 

laine, musique de Paul Fievet rof 

France] 3570 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 

E 551911; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

C'n'est pas comme ca; cri populaire, 
sur les motifs du celebre black's step, 
Nao e assim, paroles de Jack Cazol, 



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C'n'est pas com me ca. — Continued, 
musique de G. Smet tof France] 
Paris, Almar-Magis. London, Dix. 

3571 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551870; G. Lorette, Paris. 

C. S. M. march; by Chas. Southwell 
tof U. S.] ; military band. 4to. 

3572 

© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 2; E 
559047; George Southwell pub. co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Qa c'est pour vous, mademoiselle; 

fox trot, par L. L. Lynde [of France] ; 

piano. 3573 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551916; Smyth, Paris. 

Cactus fox trot; by C. B. Farthing 
tof U. Sj; piano. 3574 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 558313; 
Carrie Belle Farthing, Houston. 

Caliban in the coal mines; words by 
Louis Untermeyer, music by O. G. 
Sonneck tof U. So op. 19, no. 6. 
(Studies in song) 3575 

© Apr. 4, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; E 
559094; Composer's music corp., New 
York. 

California, your state and mine; 
words and music by H. P. Camden 
[0 f U. S.] 3576 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
560705; Harriet P. Camden, Fairoaks, 
Calif. 

Calling eor you; waltz ballad, words 
by Homer Chapelle, music by E. 
Wright [of U. S.], arr. by Louis La 
Rondelle tof Great Britain, domiciled 
at Los Angeles] 3577 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1923; E 558942; 
Edna Wright, Los Angeles. 

Calypso; Grecian dance,_ by R. S. 
Stoughton tof U. S.] ; piano. 3578 
© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; 
E 558737; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Camicie azzurre; versi di Nello De 
Lutio, musica di Mario Cosentino 
[of Italy; mand. ace] Naples, Casa 
musicale napoletana. 4to. 3579 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 7; E 
556737; Italian book co., New York. 

Cannibola ; words and melody by Billy 
Frisch and Will Donaldson [of U. S.r, 
arr. by Claude Lapham [of U. S.i 

3580 



© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1923; E 559067; 
Goodman & Rose, inc., New York. 

Can't you SEE I love you? words bv 
E. F. McF [i. e. E. F. McFaddem, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. tof U. S.i 
New York, World music pub corp. 

3581 
© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558229; E. F. McFadden, New Castle, 
Pa. 

Canzona sincera; versi di G. Tetamo, 
musica di E. Perfetti [of Italy] ; 
mand. ace. Naples, Klarophone rec- 
ord co. 8vo. 3582 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 12; E 
556877; Italian book co., New York. 

Canzonetta; by Albert Sammons tof 
England] op 20 ; violin and piano. 

3583 
© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 12; E 
551695; Hawkes & son, London. 

par Enrico Toselli [of Italy] ; vio- 

lon et piano. 3584 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; 
E 556434; Delrieu freres, Nice, 
France. 

Capet (Lucien) Aria; par L. Capet 

[of France] op. 5 ; violon, alto et 

piano. 3585 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 

E 551875; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 

Capitol march ; by Erno Rapee and 

William Axt tof U. S.i ; piano. 3586 

© Mar. 2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1923; 

E 560521; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 

New York. 

Capricieuse (La) ; valse, by Georg 
Eggeling [of Germany] op. 120, arr. 
by Edmund Parlow ; two pianos, four 
hands. 3587 

© Jan. 23, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 26; E 
555450; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. [© arrangement] 

Cara mia; words by G. Hubi-New- 

combe, music by Kennedv Russell tof 

Great Britain] ; in D. 3588 

© Feb. 7, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 7; E 

556704; Boosey & co., London. 

CarmenciTa; fox trot, text von Arthur 
Rebner, musik von Otto Weber tof 
Austria], klav. arr. v. Otto Lindemann 
tof Germany] 3589 

© Sept. 1, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556608; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 



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no. 4, 1923 



3606 



Carmencita-morceau caracteristique ; 
by Hackl, op. 54, ed. by McNair 
Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], played by Barry 
Mortimer. (Solo carola hand played 
record, no. 74815] [Music roll] 3590 
© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
558393; Cable co., Chicago, t© edit- 
ing] 

Carnavae des papillons; intermezzo- 
caprice, by Harry Rowe Shelly tof 
U. S.], arr. by Adolf Schmid tof 
Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York] ; orch. with piano conductor. 
(Galaxy, no. 200) 3591 

© Dec. 2, 1921; 2 c. Dec. 12; E 
523701 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[© arrangement] 

Caro mio ben (Heart of my heart) ; 
English text by Paul Bliss tof U. So, 
music by G. Giordani. (Concert and 
recital songs) 3592 

© Apr. 6, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 10; E 
561563; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia, t© English text] 

Caroeina mammy; fox trot, words and 
music by Billy James [of U. S.] ; orch. 
Feist ed. 4to. 3593 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 28; E 
560467; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[© arrangement] 

Carolina memories; words by M. 
Pope, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.], arr. by Theo. G. Beach [of 
U. S.i 3594 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560603; 
Mary Pope, Los Angeles. 

Caroline; words by Rousseau Sim- 
mons and W. A. Morgan, melody by 
•W. Astor Morgan tof U. S.i 3595 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1923; E 559062; 
Arrow music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Carry me today, away back To Iowa ; 
waltz song, words and music by C. 
R. Brackelsberg [of U. S.] 3596 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
558425; Charlotte Rose Brackelsberg, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Carry on ; words adapted and music 
by B. V. Gaines [of U. S.] Los 
Angeles, Calif., Gaines pub. co. 3597 
© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 28; E 
559098; Berenice Van Loan Gaines, 
Los Angeles. 

Casket (A) oE jewels ; miniature 
suite, by Cyril Maclean tof Great 
Britain]; piano. Contents: 1. The 



amethyst. — 2. The emerald. — 3. The 
rub}*. — 4. The pearl. — 5. The opal. — 
6. The turquoise. 3598 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 12; E 
551681 ; Reeder & Walsh, London. 

Castor et Pollux ; -menuet chante, de 
J. P. Rameau, transcription par E. 
Lucas tof France] ; pour violon seul 
ou mand. 4to. 3599 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556272; Durand et cie., Paris, d© 
transcription] 

Cat and dog (La gata i en belitre) ; 
Catalan folksong, English version by 
Mary Ellis Opdycke, musical setting 
by Francesco Pujol, ed. by Kurt 
Schindler [of U. S.] ; chorus or mixed 
voices. 4to. (Songs of the Spanish 
provinces : Catalonia) 3600 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
558147; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Cat's whiskers; words and music by 
Fred Tibbott and George Rex [of 
U. So 3601 

© Feb. 17, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
558276; Le Roy music pub. co., Van- 
couver, Canada. 

Ce manche tu; versi di G. Tetamo, 
musica di A. Vaccaro tof Italy] ; 
mand. ace. Naples, Klarophone rec- 
ord co. 8vo. 3602 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 12; E 
556872; Italian book co., New York. 

Celestial songs; a collection of sacred 
songs for all purposes, by S. A. 
Berrie, A. E. Burnett and others tof 
U. S.] Fayetteville, Ark., Excelsior 
music co. 12mo. 3603 

© Mar. 5. 1923; 2 c. Mar. 9; E 
560730; Stephen Althea Berrie, Fay- 
etteville, Ark. 

CellE qui charme; valse, par R. Ge- 

liot [of France] ; orch. avec piano 

conducteur. 4to. - 3604 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 10; E 

556439; Robert Geliot, Paris. 

Chameleon (The) ; a study, by J. H. 
Hande tof U. S.] ; piano. [Blue print] 

3605 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560365; 
John Hallward Hande, Baltimore. 

Chanson (Une) d'amour; serenatella, 
par Enrico Toselli [of Italy] ; violon 
et piano. 3606 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; 
E 556435; Delrieu freres, Nice, 
France. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Chanson joyeuse; par Paul Lacombe 
[of France] ; piano. 3607 

© Dec. 31, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; 
E 556291 ; M. Rossignol, Paris. 

ChansonnETTE ; fox-trot, by Rudolph 
Friml, arr. by W. C. Polla [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. 3608 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 2; E 
560434; G. Schirmer, inc., New York, 
t© arrangement] 

Chant OE the ELowERS (Chant de la 

fleurs) ; waltz, by A. Teres [of U. S.i 

op. 44; piano. 3609 

© Dec. 25, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 22, 1923; 

E 558794; Albert Teres, New York. 

Chant sans paroeES ; by Norman 
Leigh, arr. by R. E. Hildreth rof 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 3610 

© Dec. 27, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1923; 
E 560542; Walter Jacobs, inc., Bos- 
ton. [© arrangement] 

Chapee (The) in the eorest (La 
chapelle de la foret) ; by A. Jung- 
mann, op. 152, ed. by F. Henri 
Klickmann [of U. So ; piano. (Mc- 
Kinley world-famous edition, no. 86) 

3611 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 560533; McKinley music co., Chi- 
cago, t© editing] 

Charm gire; words by F. _ De Santis, 
melody by J. Di Giovanni [of U. S.i 

3612 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1923; E 558944; 
Joseph Di Giovanni and Frank De 
Santis, New York. 

Chase oe the squirrees ; a little etude, 
by Gerald F. Frazee [of U. S.i; 
organ. 3613 

© Apr. 4, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; E 
559088; Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. 

Chase the ace; novelty fox trot, by 
Toni Farrell [of Great Britain] 



piano. 



3614 



© Feb. 5, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556397; Cecil Lennox & co., London. 

Chattanooga eump oe sugar; words 

and melody by F. J. Kiernan tof 

U. S.] 3615 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 558223; 

. Frank John Kiernan, Hoboken, N. J. 

. Same. 3616 

© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; 

E. 561181; Glesias and Kiernan, 
Hoboken. 



Cheer up! cheer up! cheer up! for 
tomorrow's another day ; words by 
Earl Roman, music by Ed. Ward tof 
U. S.i 3617 

© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; E 
560796; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Cheer up oed pae and smieE; fox trot, 
words by Benjamin E. Cudney, mel- 
ody by M. Piazza tof Italy, domiciled 
at Brooklyn] ; 1st. violin. 3618 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; E 558354; 
Michael Piazza, Brooklyn. 

Chic-chic-chickens ; words by J. F. 
Conover, music by Eugene Platzman 
tof U. S.i 3619 

© Mar. 6, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; E 
558496; James Francis Conover, 
Avon-by-the-sea, N. J. 

Chick- a-dee-dee ; words by Mrs. R. 
Terry, music by Herman Dubois 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

3620 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; E 560817; 
Mrs. Richard Terry, Sciotoville, O. 

Chiedhood days ; fox-trot ballad, words 
and music by F. C. Huston [of U. S.] 
Indianapolis, Ind., Frank C. Houston 
co. 3621 

© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 2; E 
558368; Frank C. Houston, India- 
napolis. 

Chiedren oe the moon; a fancy, poem 
by Katharine Adams, music by Eli- 
nor Remick Warren tof U. S.] 3622 
© Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560539 ; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 

Chiedren's (The) eriend; words and 
music by Haldor Lillenas [of U. S.] 

3623 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

560570; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 

Chieton (The) music eor standard 
Hymns; by Claudius Lysias Chilton 
'rof U. S.] 4to. 3624 

© Mar. 22, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
26; A 698803; Claud L. Chilton, 
Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Chimes eox trot (Glocken fox trot) ; 
by V. Pastalle y J. Viladomat, rev. 
by J. Gravelle [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Barcelona, Musical emporium. 3625 
© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 20; E 
558168; Edward B. Marks music 
co., New York. [© revision] 



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3645 



Chiming beles; waltz, by Charles 

Brunover [of U. S.i ; guitar. (Guitar 

solos no. 10) 3626 

© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 24; E 

561197; Wm. C. Stahl, Milwaukee. 

Chinatown (A) festivity; by Arthur 
Hinton [of Great Britain] ; piano. 
(Two Oriental sketches, no. 2) 

3627 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; 
E 551683; Reid bros., ltd., London. 

Chinee EOVE ; fox trot, words by Terry 

Sullivan, music by Harry Sanford 

tof Great Britain] 3628 

© Jan. 26, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 

556791; Cecil Lennox & co., London. 

Choice songs, no. ii; eight songs, 
words by Herbert Buffum and oth- 
ers, music by L. L. Pickett [of U. So 
and J. H. Barr. 4to. 3629 

© Nov. 25, 1922; 2 c. Nov. 29, aff. 
Dec. 28; A 694405; L. L. Pickett, 
Wilmore, Ky. 

Choo Fong; words and music by F. C. 
Stoutenburg [of U. S.i, arr. by Romo 
Falk tof U. S.3 3630 

© Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 24; 
E 561192; Fred C. Stoutenburg, 
Cleveland. 

Chopin (Frederic Francois) Grande 
valse brillante; by F. F. Chopin, op. 
18, ed. by Henry S. Sawyer [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (McKinley world- 
famous edition, series 1, no. 64) 

3631 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; 
E 560532; McKinley music co., Chi-' 
cago. [© editing] 

• Mazurka ; par F. Chopin, transcrite 

par Felix Boghen tof France] ; vio- 
lon et piano. 1. Op. 41, no. 3. — 2. 
Op. 33, no. 4.-3. Op 41, no 1 

3632-3634 
© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. each Feb. 
9, 1923; E 556288, 556290, 556293; 
M. Rossignol, Paris. [© transcrip- 
tion] 

■ Study on the Minute waltz ; by 

Chopin, arr., ed. and played by Mc- 
Nair Ilgenfritz tof U. S.] (Solo 
carola hand played record, no. 74786) 
[Music roll] 3635 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
558389; Cable co., Chicago. [© edit- 
ing] 



Christ triumphant; cantata for Eas- 
ter, by R. M. Stults [of U. S.i 4to. 

3636 
© Feb. 28, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
13; A 700528; Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Christian (The) eight; words and 
music by Calvin Ervin Bost [of 
U. S.] 3637 

© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 22; E 
558798; Mrs. Calvin E. Bost, Cornel- 
ius, N. C. 

Chromatische fantasie und euge; 

von Wilhelm Middelschulte [of 

U. S.i; orgel. 3638 

© Feb. 17, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 21; E 

560290; C. F. Kahnt, Leipzig. 

Church (The) schooe hymnal; by 
various authors, [compiler of U. S,], 
ed. by C. Harold Lowden. 8vo. 3639 
© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
12, 1923; A 688603; Heidelberg press, 
Philadelphia. 

Cicaea (La) ; polka by Jos. S. Diasio 
[of U. S.] ; instrumental 3640 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 558841; 
Nicolo Biondo, New York. 

Cindereeea's honeymoon (Dornros- 
chens brautfahrt) ; polka and two 
step, by E. Dorazil [of U. S.] ; orch. 
Chicago, Cosmopolitan pub. co. 3641 
© Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; 
E 558487; Edward Dorazil, Chicago. 

Cinders ; from Cinders, words- by Anne 

Caldwell and Edward Clark, music 

by Rodolf'Friml t of U. S.] 3642 

© Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 29; 

E 561314; Harms, inc., New York. 

CirceE (The) 0E His eovE; words and 
music bv Haldor Lillenas tof U. S.] 

3643 

© Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

560587; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 

City chickens with siek stockins ; 

words and music by P. Pappas [of 

U. S.3 3644 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 558862; 

Peter Pappas, Iron River, Mich. 

City oe the Gods; words and music 
by Rolland W. Clements .tof U. S.], 
arr. by Paul M. Paulsen [of U. S.] 

3645 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; E 558360; 
Rolland Clements, Boston. 



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Class (The) method eor the violin; 
by Albert G. Mitchell t of U. S.] bk. 2, 
Rev. ed. 3646 

© Nov. 10, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
15, 1923; A 695459; Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston. [© revision] 

Ce^matite; valse-boston hesitation, par 

Ciro Urbini [of Italy] ; orch. avec 

piano conducteur. 4to. 3647 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 13; E 

556862; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 



piano. 



3648 



© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551915; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Cleopatra; fox-trot song, words by 

Bert. H. Carlson, Tom King and 

Jack Fewster, music by J. Fewster 

[of Australia] 3649 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 5; E 

556.669; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. 

Clinging (The) vine; selection from 
the musical play by Harold Levey 
[of U. S.], arr. by Russell Bennett 
[of U. S.] ; piano. 3650 

© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; 
E 560937; Harms, inc., New York. 
[© arrangement] 

Cloister (A) episode; interrupted 
meditation, by M. Baron [of U. S.i ; 
orch. with piano-conductor. (Edi- 
tion artistique, no. 2) 3651 
© Mar. 14, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; 
E 558592; Maurice Baron, Richmond 
Hill, N. Y. 

Clown (The) ; by Frederick Keats tof 
U. S.] ; piano. 3652 

© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; 
E 558736; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Clown capers; by Walter Rolfe tof 
U. S.] ; piano. (Little maskers) 

3653 
© Mar. 3, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
560676; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Cloze-props ; by G. Hubi-Newcombe 
and Wolseley-Charles, orchestrated 
by Sydney Bayne's [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; orch. ace. to voice violin or 
cornet solo, with piano conductor. 
4to. (Boosey's string band magazine, 
no. 212) 3654 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557092; Boosey & co., London. [© 
arrangement] 



Coax me; words by Lew Brown, mel- 
ody by James F. Hanley [of U. S.i, 
arr. by Eugene Platzmann [of U. S.i 

3655 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1923; E 558456; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Cockle-boat (The) ; a musical vision 
for children in one act, words by 
Charles Emlyn, music by Felix White 
tof Great Britain] 4to. (Curwen 
edition, no. 3643) [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 3656 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 21; E 
556519; J. , Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Colonel Ephraim Williams ; words 
bv Frank Prentice Rand, music by D. 
Marvin tof U. S.i 4to. 3657 

© Mar. 31, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 31; 
E 559005; Dwight Marvin, New 
York. 

Colored shadows; words by # Jessie 
Douglas Fox, music by Addison F. 
Andrews [of U. S.] 3658 

© Mar. 3, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
560674; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Come ; words from the Bible, music by 
J. B. Herbert tof U. S.i (In Scrip- 
ture songs) 3659 
© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558203; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 
111. 

Come again, sweet love; four-part- 
chorus, by John Dowland, arr. by 
Archibald T. Davison f of U. S.i; 
men's voices. 4to. (Concord series, 
no. 35 : Harvard university glee club 
collection) 3660 

© Feb. 14, 1923 ; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
558127; E. C. Schirmer music co., 
Boston. 

Come back dear mother, O mother oe 
mine; words by P. Sonderegger, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington tof 
U. S.i 3661 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558720; 
P. Sonderegger, Elmhurst, 111. 

Come dance tonight; nocturne-sere- 
nade, by Margaret Lester, arr. by 
William Lester t of U. S.i, op. 101 b , 
no. 1 ; women's voices. (Fischer edi- 
tion, choruses in octavo form, no. 
5223) 3662 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
558320 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 



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3680 



Come home papa blues ; words and 
music by B. Smythe [of U. S.i 3663 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; E 560511; 
Billy Smythe, Louisville. 

Come into my arms ; words by C. Ray, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

3664 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 

558230; Chas. Ray, Kansas City, Mo. 

Come join the dance; words by Ed- 
ward Oxenford, music by Katie Moss 
[of Great Britain] 1. In E flat. — 2. In 
F. 3665 

© Feb. 23, 1923 ; 1 c. each Mar. 9 ; 
E 556794; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Come see the peace where Jesus eay ; 
Easter song, words and music by 
Paul Ambrose tof U. S.] 3666 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560479; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Come, sirrah Jack ho; ed. and adapt- 
ed by Edmund H. Fellowes tof Eng- 
land], tonic sol-fa ed. by H. J. Tim- 
othy; three male voices. 4to. (Male 
voice choir library, no. 89 : no. 6 of 
Thomas Weelkes' airs) 3667 

© Jan. 17, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29; E 
556077; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 
[© editing] 

Come to our dark nature's night; 
anthem, words by George Rawson, 
music by Lancelot G. Bark [of Great 
Britain] ; two treble voices, Organ 
ace. 4to. (York series, no. 825) 

3668 
© Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 28; E 
557076; Banks & son, York, Eng- 
land. 

Come to the bale; words by M. Legg, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] 3669 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558699; 

Mary Legg, Longacre, W. Va. 

Come to yo' mammy; words and music 
by M. S. Metzler tof U. S.i, arr. by 
Charles E. Pemberton [of U. S.] 

3670 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1923; E 558414; 
May Sowles Metzler, Coachella, 
Calif. 

Come today ; words by Lizzie De 

Armond, music by R. M. Simpson tof 

U. S.] 3671 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

561017; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



Come with me (Viens a moi) ; arr. 
of English and French It. from the 
Bible, and music by Jane Van Etten 
tof U. S.J (Song of Solomon, no. 3) 

3672 
© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; 1 c. 
Mar. 12; E 560927; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Comme 'a euna; versi di G. Capurro, 

musica di G. Leone [of Italy; mand. 

ace.] Naples, F. Bideri. 4to. 3673 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 

557056; Italian book co., New York. 

Communion service; [words from the 
English prayerbook], music by J. Ker- 
shaw [of U. S.] ; mixed voices or uni- 
son. 4to. 3674 
© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 1; E 
560489; Joseph Kershaw, Ogdens- 
burg, N. Y. 

Con agieita ; by Felix Swinstead tof 
Great Britain; piano. (6 pieces af- 
ter Scarlatti, no. 1) 3675 
© Jan. 29, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556473; Augener, ltd., London. 

C!on ENERGico; by Felix Swinstead [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. (6 pieces af- 
ter Scarlatti, no. 3) 3676 
© Jan. 29, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556471 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Concentrate, and eove wiee find a 
way; from Jack and Jill, words by 
Otto Harbach, music by Alfred New- 
man [of U. S.i 3677 
© Mar. 29, 1923: 2 c. Mar. 30; 
E 561278; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Concert piano pieces the whole 
world plays; containing fourty-four 
compositions, selected and ed. by Al- 
bert E. Wier tof U. S.i (Whole 
world series, no. 21) 3678 

© Jan. 26, 1923 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
8 ; A 696295 ; D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 

Confidence; words by W. H. Willis, 
jr., melody by Anna Butler tof U. S.], 
arr. by Louis H. Hooper [of U. S.] 

3679 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; E 558875; 

Wm. Howard Willis, jr., New York. 

Consecration to the Sacred Heart; 
words and music by the Sisters of St. 
Francis tof U. S.i 4to. 3680 

© Mar. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 29; E 
559008; Sisters of St. Francis, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 



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Consider the lieeiES ; words from 
Mathew VI : 25-33, music by De Loss 
Smith [of U. S.] ; mezzo voice. Cin- 
cinnati, O., Fillmore music house. 

3681 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 1; E 

560391 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Conundrum (A) ; if all the harm that 
women have done, words by J. K. 
Stephen, music by Graham Peel [of 
Great Britain] 3682 

© Feb. 7, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 17; E 
556754; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Coo-coo-Ri-coo ; song of nature's awak- 
ening, words by Nathan Kaplan, 
music by Jacob Davidson [of U. S.] 
(CiCNti D2) 3683 

© Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; E 
560803 ; Popular song and record co., 
New York. 

Coquetterie ; air de ballet, de Louis 
Gregh, arr. par S. Chapelier [of 

- France] ; orch. avec piano-conducteur. 
4to. 3684 

r © Jan. 12, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; E 
556257 ; Ronart Lerolle et cie., Paris. 
[© arrangement] 

CORN-BEEE AND CABBAGE; WOrds by D. 

C. Burkholder, melody by Arnold T. 

Lax [0 f U. S.] 3685 

©_ 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; E 560834; 

Daniel C. Burkholder, Holbrook, 
N. Y. 

Coronado; words by Mildred Grizzelle, 
melodv by Ferdie Grofe [of U. S.i 

3686 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; E 560896; 
Goodman & Rose, inc., New York. 

Cortege et danse antique; par Julien 

Porret [of France] op. 93; orch. avec 

piano conducteur. 3687 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 

E 556263; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Cours de piano; en trois annees, par 

Victor Staub [of France] 3 6me annee. 
(Enseignement moderne du piano") 

3688 
© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556304; E. Gallet, Paris. 

Cow # boy Biee; from You'd be sur- 
prised, words by Wm. K. Wells, 
music by Melville Morris rof Great 
Britain] ; in C [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] 3689 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 28; E 
556767; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 



CrEoeE EovE song; part song for 
schools, trio, words and music by 
Edgar Belmont Smith, op. 4, arr. 
N. Clifford Page rof U. S.] ; women's 
voices with bass ad lib.- (Ditson 
school octavo) 3690 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
558148; Oliver Ditson co., Boston, 
t© arrangement] 

CretuscueE Romanesque; par Angelo 
Corbellini [of France] op. 24; piano. 

3691 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551926; A. Corbellini, Nice, France. 

Crimson beauty, eoveey rose; words 
and music by P. W. McHugh [of 
U. S.] 3692 

© Mar. 12, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 17; E 
560944; P. W. McHugh, Newport, 
R. I. 

Crioeeita ! tango milonga, paroles de 
Progneaux et Trocine, musique de 
Jose Sentis tof Spain] ; piano avec 
paroles. 3693 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556248; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Cristina; bv H. V. Jervis-Read tof 
Great Britain]; pf. 3694 

© Feb. 28, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 9; E 
556797; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Croquis ; by Leopold Ashton tof Great 
Britain] ; piano. Contents : 1. Clair 
de lune. — 2. Babillage. — 3. Souvenir. — 
4. Bagatelle. *■ 3695 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556467; Augener, ltd.,'" London. 

Cross (Inez) Ballade; by I. Cross tof 

U. S.i, arr. by Royal Flint [.of U. S.i ; 

piano. 3696 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 558846; 

Inez Cross, Palo Alto, Calif. 

Cross roads; words and melody by L. 
Cowan [of U. S.i, arr. by Viola Tas- 
cott tof U. S.] 1. Fox trot version. — 
2, Waltz version. 3697, 3698 

© 1 c. each Mar. 1, 1923; E 560428, 
560429; Lynn Cowan, New York. 

Crossing the stieE; words by Hubert 

Fletcher, music bv Montague Ewing 

[of Great Britain] 3699 

© Apr. 6, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 10; E 

561558: Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 



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3717 



CruciEixus ; four part chorus, by An- 
tonio Eotti, arr. by Archibald T. 
Davison [of U. S.i ; men's voices. 4to. 
(Concord series, no. 42: Harvard 
university glee club collection) 3700 
© Feb. 14, 19235.2 c. Feb. 19; E 
558134; E. C. Schirmer music co., 
Boston. 

Cruee (The) back-bitin' blues; 
words and melody by Eemuel Fow- 
ler [0 f U. S.i 3701 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1923; E 559107; 
Clarence Williams music pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

'Cry (A) at dawn; words by Nelle 
Richmond Eberhart, music by 
Charles Wakefield Cadman tof U. S.i 
op. 77, no. 1 ; high voice in F. 3702 
© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 6; E 
560683; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 

Csardes ; par I. Massuelle [of France: ; 

piano.. Paris, Ch. Loret. Paris, H. 

Herelle & cie. 3703 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 

E 556300; Massuelle, Paris. 

Cuban sweetheart; ballad fox trot, 
words bv J. Allabough, jr., music by 
G. Scoville tof U. S.] Chicago, North 
shore music publishers. 3704 

© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 6; E 
558432; Joe Allabough, jr., and Glen 
Scoville, Evanston, 111. 

•Cupid's waetz; by J. E. Mayer [ed. by 
Karl Benker of U. S.i ; piano. (Easy 
teaching pieces, first, series, grade 2) 

3705 
© July 31, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17. 1923; 
E 558156; Oliver Ditson co., Boston, 
[© editing: 

Curious eittee smiee; words bv L. 
Whitt, music by H. Richard [of U. S.i 

3706 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 558341; 
Eouella Whitt, Malvern, la. 

Curlers' (The) song; words and 
music by E. Atherton Smith tof Can- 
ada] Toronto, Canada, Whaley, 
Royce & co. 3707 

© Feb. 22, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 23; E 
556448 ;, E. Atherton Smith, St. John, 
Canada. 

Cut (The) direct; words by Jessie E. 

Miner, music by Frank H. Grey [of 

U. S.i ; medium voices. 3708 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 9; E 

560771 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 



Cyrano de Bergerac; suite of three 
pieces suggested by Edmond Ros- 
tand's poetic drama, by Frederick 
Rosse [of England] ; piano. Con- 
tents : 1. Cyrano, the soldier, poet 
and lover. — 2. Roxane, the dainty and 
beloved. — 3. Cyrano, dying, receives 
Roxane's first kiss. 3709 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 12; E 
551696; Hawkes & son, Eondon. 

Dad dear oed dandy dareing dad; 
words by R. Hoover, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. tof U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. 3710 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558236; Ruthello Hoover, Ojus, Fla. 

Daddy better watch your step; words 
and melody by Gilbert Wells and Bud 
L. Cooper [of U. S.], arr. by Claude 
Lapham [of U. S.] 3711 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1923; E 558596; 
Goodman & Rose, inc., New York. 

Daddy's gire; words by E. Evans, 

music by Dad tof U. S.] 3712 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1923; E 560850; 
E. Evans, Vallicita, Calif. 

Daddy's eittee eonesome rose; words 
by J. B. Weppler, music by W. N. 
Hamcke t of U. S.i 3713 

© Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 14; E 
558970; Weppler and Hamcke, 
Brooklyn. 

Daddy^s wondereue pae; words and 
music by Max C. Freedman, Bob 
Nelson and Harry Link [of U. S.] 

3714 
© Mar. 19, 1923; 2 c. M"ar. 19; E 
560972; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. '. 

Dadiva d'amor ; valsa lenta, por Ernesto 
dos Santos, arr. par. G. Smet [of 
France] ; piano. . 3715 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551898; G Eorette, Paris. [© ar- 
rangement] 

Dagmar; words by Dudley Mecum, 
music by W. M. Haid tof U. S.] 

3716 
© 1 c. Nov. 6, 1922; E 547764; 
Wm. Michael Haid, Hamilton, O. 

Daisy, the ceairvoyant; nocturne 
from The garden comedy suite, by 
George S. Schuler [of U. S.] ; piano. 

3717 
© Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558216; Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 



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DaeamEh ; fox trotlied, text von Fritz 
Griinbaum musik von Rudolf Nelson 
rof Germany], erleichtert von Otto 
Iyindemann tof Germany] 3718 

© Mar. 16, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556584; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Dance of the elves ; by E. H. McKen- 
ney [of U. S.] ; piano. 3719 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; E 558681; 
Elena FL McKenney, Los Angeles. 

Dance oe the merry makers ; by H. 
D. Hewitt tof U. S.] ; piano. 3720 
© Apr. 6, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 10; E 
561561; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Dance oe the moments ; paraphrase on 
Schubert's Moment musical with ad- 
ditional original movements, by A. 
Teres tof U. S.] op. 20; piano. 3721 
© Dec. 25, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1923; E 558792; Albert Teres, New 
York, t© new matter] 

Dance oe the nymphs ; morceau, by 
C. Montague Birch [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; orch. with piano conductor. 
4to. 3722 

© Mar. 9, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 23; E 
557018; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. [© arrangement] 

■ piano. 3723 

© Feb. 7, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 21; E 

556759; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Dancing; words and melody by F. 

King [of U. S.], arr. by George R. 

Holman [of U. S.] 3724 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1923; E 558594; 

Freddie King, Peoria, 111. 

Dancing beues ; words and melody by 

T. Delaney rof U. S.], arr. by Stanley 

Miller [of U .S.i ' 3725 

© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1923; E 559109; Tom 

Delaney, Baltimore. 

■ words and music by J. Ball rof 

U. S.] 3726 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560373; 
John Ball, Windsor, Mo. 

Dancing coupees; by Geo. L. Spauld- 

ing tof U. S.] ; piano. 3727 

© Mar. 2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 6; E 

560692 ; Hatch music co., New York. 

Dancing Eor joy; by Mari Paldi rof 
U. S.] ; piano. (Outdoor play) 3728 
© Mar. 3, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
560677; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 



Dancing honeymoon; fox trot, from 
Battling Butler, by Philip Braham [of 
Great Britain] ; orch. with piano con- 
ductor. 4to. 3729' 
© Feb. 2, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 24; E 
556766; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. r© arrange- 
ment] 

Dancing in the dark; from Jack and 
Jill, words by Oliver Deering, music 
by Muriel Pollock rof U. S.] 3730 
© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; 
E 561275; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Dancing to the barn yard jazz; 
words and melodv by M. J. Fitzpat- 
rick rof U. _S.] ' 3731 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; E 561251; 
Michael Joseph Fitzpatrick, Brook- 
lyn. 

Dans ees coins noirs de Robinson ; 
chansonnette gaie, paroles de Jules 
Combe, musique de A. Ferre rof 
France] et C. Urbini rof Italy] 3732 
© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556269; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Danse barbare; for cannibal and bar- 
baric scenes, by Irenee Berge rof 
U. S.], arr. by R. Jungnickel rof 
U. S.i ; orch. (Artist's orchestra re- 
pertoire, no. 85 : Photoplav series, 
no. 6) 3733' 

© Mar. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
560968; Ross Jungnickel, New York. 

Danse des mieeiards ; par Florent 

Schmitt tof France] op. 46, no. 2; 

piano. 3734 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551856; A. Zunz Mathot, Paris. 

Danse eEnte; par Paul Lacombe rof 
France] ; piano. 3735 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556289; M. Rossignol, Paris. 

Dansez, Marquisette; danse^ mign- 

onne, par Angelo Corbellini rof 

France] op. 34; piano. 3736 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551929; A. Corbellini, Nice, France.. 

Dark eyed gires ; danza-tango, by Mar- 
garet Lester, arr. by William Lester 
rof U. S.i, op. 101 b , no. 2; women's 
voices. (Fischer edition, choruses in 
octavo form, no. 5224) 3737 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
558319 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
[© arrangement] 



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no. 4, 1923 



3755 



Darling, komm hit mir nach Sene- 
gal! aus New York-Berlin, text von 
Fritz Friedmann-Frederich u. Robert 
Bodanzky, musik von Rudolph Nel- 
son [of Germany], klavier arr. v. Otto 
Lindemann [of Germany] 3738 

© Sept. 22, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556560; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Dawn ; words by H. Von Berge, music 
by Ira B. Wilson [of U. S.], arr. by 
John S. Fearis; alto ad lib. 4to. 
(Unison chorus, no. 1207) 3739 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 3; 
E 559051; J. S. Fearis & bro., Chi- 
cago. 

Dawn (The) divine; Easter service, 
words by A. A. Payn and R. E. 
Nolte, music by M. Isabelle Ritter, 
Roy E. Nolte and John J. Thomas 
tof U. S.] 12mo. 3740 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558548; Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 

Dawning (The) ; words by H. N. 
MacKa}-, music by L. C. Case [of 
U. S.], arr. bv Homer Tourjee [of 
U. S.] [Photostat] 3741 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 558288; 
L. C. Case and Hallie N. MacKay, 
Los Angeles. 

Day by day; M. Coue's famous for- 
mula, with musical setting bv G. L. 
Becker t of U. S.i 3742 

© Mar. 31, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 31 ; E 
559007; Gustave L. Becker, New 
York. 

subconscious suggestion, words 

and music by D. L. Heartz [of U. S.i 

4to. 3743 

© Mar. 23, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; E 

561316; D. L. Heartz, Boston, Mass. 

words bv G. D. Robley, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 3744 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558706; 

Gilda Dayton Robley, Mansfield, 111. 

Day by day in every way I love you 
more and more; words by S. Barrie, 
music by J. F. Roberts [of U. S.] 
New York, Manhattan music co. 

3745 
© Feb. 25, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558541; S. Barrie, Wichita. 

Day by day, in eyry way; words and 
melodv bv Z. Fitz-Gerald [of U. S.] 

3746 
© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; E 561208; 
Zeoh Fitz-Gerald, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 



Day (The) oE days ; words by Marie 
E. Crockett, music by Elmer Sher- 
wood Jovce [of U. S.] ; high voice in 
A flat. " 3747 

© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 27; E 
561216;' Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. 

Days are beue; words by T. N. Scara- 
villi, music bv Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.], arr. by Theo. G. Beach tof 
U. S.] 3748 

© 1 c.Mar. 5, 1923; E 560611; 
Thomas N. Scaravilli, Cleveland. 

Days (The) oe eong ago; words and 
music by I. J. Howell [of U. S.] 

3749 
© Mar. 11, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
559045 ; Ivan Jerald Howell, Eos An- 
geles. 

Dear gire oe my dreams ; words by G. 
A. Smith and R. Rochon, music bv 
E. S. S. Huntington tof U. S.i 3750 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558701; 
G. A. Smith and R. Rochon, Chapeau, 
Canada. 

Dear eittee girl oe my dreams ; words 
by E. L. Ballenger, melodv by H. 
Tourjee [of U. S.] 3751 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560597; 
Edw. L. Ballenger and Homer Tour- 
jee, Los Angeles. 

Dear eittee pal Fm sad and lonely; 
words and music by Bert Auerbach 
[of U. S.] 3752 

© Mar. 12, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; 
E 558526; Lyric music corp., New 
York. 

Dear little you ; words by Roscoe Gil- 
more Stott, music by Clay Smith rof 
U. S.] ; sop. and alto duet. 3753 
© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560480; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Dear (The) lost lamb; words and 
music by W. M. Runyan [of U. S.i 

3754 
© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
558305 ; William M. Runyan, Wichita, 
Kan. 

Dear old Devon; vocal fox trot, by 
Tom King and Jack Fewster [of 
Great Britain] ; orch. with piano con- 
ductor, and words. 4to. 3755 
© Mar. 9, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 23; E 
557021 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. [© arrange- 
ment] 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Dear old home; words and music by 

B. Hochberger [of U. S.], arr. bv 

Earl Diehl [6f U. S.i 3756 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; E 558867; 

Bernard Hochberger, York, Pa. 

Dear one I love you ; words by M. E. 
Herring, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.], arr. by Theo. G. Beach [of 
U. S.] 3757 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560612; 
Marguerite E. Herring, Herkimer, 
N. Y. 

Dearest eove; words by W. Lutkus, 
music by J. F. Roberts [of U. S.] 
New York, Manhattan music co. 

3758 

© Feb. 25, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 

558543; William Lutkus, Kaska, Pa. 

Dearest (The) one oe all will be 
Jesus ; words by F. E. Roush, music 
by Haldor Lillenas tof Norway, dom- 
iciled at Redlands, Calif.] 3759 
•© Mar. 22, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; E 
561155; Frank E. Roush, Cincinnati. 

Dearie ; words and melody by Eddie 
Ward, Charles Chic Endor and T. A. 
Payton [of U. S.], arr. by Jean Waltz 
[of U. S.] 3760 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; E 560825; 
Thomas A. Payton, Chicago. 

Dearie, IE you knew ; fox-trot, by Ral- 
ton and Mayerl, arr. by Debroy Som- 
ers [of Great Britain] ; band. 4to. 
(Boosey & co.'s supplemental jour- 
nal for military band) 3761 
© Mar. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557090; Boosey & co., London. [© 
arrangement] 

Deep in some woodeand glade; words 
by Warren Hooke, music by Denys 
Cleaver [of Great Britain] ; in G. 

3762 
© Feb. 13, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 15; E 
556746; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Deeend our constitution; words and 
music by A. Fieldhouse [of U. S.] 

3763 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 

558551 ; Alfred Fieldhouse, Paterson. 

Depart (Le) de l'ame (The soul's de- 
parture) ; Breton canticle, French 
text by Frangois Coppee, English tr., 
transcription and harmonization by 
Deems Taylor tof U. S.] op. 15, no. 
13; high voice. (Traditional airs, 
no. 4959) 3764 



© Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; E 
558474; J. Fischer & bro,, New York. 
[© transcription and harmonization] 

Dernier (Le) rendez-vous ; from Rev- 
eries d'automne, by V. Rebikoff, op. 
8, arr. by Spencer Dyke [of Great 
Britain] ; violin and piano. 3765 

© Nov. 23, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 4; E 
551677; Joseph Williams, ltd., Lon- 
don. [© arrangement] 

Derniere (La) eeuieeE; poesie de 

Theophile Gautier, musique de Paul 

Fievet tof France] 3766 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551885; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Descriptive agitato; by Leo. A. Kemp- 
inski [of U. S.] ; piano, orch. and or- 
gan. (Incidental svmphonies, no. 7) 

3767 
© Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 6; E 
560735; Photo play music co., New 
York. 

Desert (The) oe golden sand; words 
by C. M. King, music by Glen Snel- 
grove [of U. S.i 3768 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
558164; Carrie May King, New 
Orleans. 

Desillusione ; paroles et musique de 
Nova Barelli [of France] ; piano. 

3769 
© Feb. 10, 1923: 1 c. Mar. 13; E 
556869; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Despair; words and music bv J. H. 
Hande [of U. S.] [Blue print] 3770 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560367; 
John Hallward Hande, Baltimore. 

Deutschlands erwachen; words by 
Franz Karl Wagner, melody by Peter 
Feldhann [of U. S.] ; 1st. violin. 

3771 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; E 560504; 
Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Dew-drop (The) ; words and music by 
K. L. Smith tof U. S.] 3772 

© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; E 
561184; Katherine L. Smith, Minne- 
apolis. 

Dico a ME STESSo; versi di G. Tetamo 
musica di F. Ponsiglione [of Italy] ; 
mand. ace. Naples, Klarophone rec- 
ord co. 8vo. 3773 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 12; E 
556873; Italian book co., New York. 



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3795 



Ding-a-ling girls ; words by A. Wel- 

don, melody by Arnold T. Lax [of 

U. S.] 3774 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; E 558187; Al. 

Weldon, Clemons, N. Y. 

Dint' 'a nuttata 'e luna; versi di G. 
Tetamo musica di G. Donnarumma 
[of Italy: ; mand. ace. Naples, Klaro- 
phone record co. 8vo. 3775 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 12; E 
556876; Italian book co., New York. 

Dirndl-lied; aus Bitte zahlen, worte 
von Theobald Tiger, musik von Ru- 
dolf Nelson tof Germany], erleichtert 
von Otto Lindemann [of Germany] 

3776 
© Jan. 21, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556591 ; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Dis-moi pourquoi; dans le revue Du 
bout des levres, musique de Maurice 
Hermite rof France] 1. Song; 
paroles de F. Rouvray et R. Genty. — 
2. Piano solo. 3777,3778 

© Mar. 2, 1923; 1 c. each Mar. 2; 
E 556648, 556649 ; Enoch & co., Paris. 

Diva (La) del Tabarin; one step, pa- 
role di R. Corona, musica di V. Mul- 
ler [of Italy; mand. ace.] Milan, 
Casa editrice musicale Pierrot. 4to. 

3779 

© Dec. 1, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; 
E 556684; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Dixon (The) march; by E. H. Mc- 
Kenney [of U. S.i ; piano. 3780 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; E 558679; 
Elena H. McKenney, Los Angeles. 

DjELLa; shimmy, par G. Smet [of 

France] ; piano. > Paris, Almar-Mar- 

gis. London, Dix. 3781 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551902; G. Lorette, Paris. 

Dlia mlodej para; vivat, by I. J. Hoch- 
- man [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 3782 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; E 558871; 
Israel J. Hochman, New York. 

Do a good turn daily; motto song, 
words and music by Jeff Morgan tof 
U .S.] Cincinnati, O., Fillmore music 
house. 3783 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 1; E 
560394; Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Do sliubu; polonez, by N. Aginskego 
tof Poland], arr. by I. J. Hochman 
[of U. S.i; instrumental. 3784 



© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; E 558868; 
Israel J. Hochman, New York. 

Do you ; words by J. B. Helm, music 
by Harriet C. Renner [of U. S.],. 
arr. by Jerome Mayhall [of U. S.] 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, -1923; E 558375; 
Jessie B. Helm, Cleveland. 

Do you love, as I love; from Hitchy- 
Koo 1923, words by Irving Caesar, 
music by Joseph Meyer and Lewis 
Gensler t of U. S.i 3786 

© Mar. 16, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 17; E 
560940; Harms, inc., New York. 

Doggone whippoorwill ; from Go-Go, 
words by Alex Rogers, melodv by C. 
Luckyeth Roberts [of U. S.] 3787 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; E 558325; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Same. 3788 

© Mar. 10 ; 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; E 
560795 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. 

Dolores ; words and music bv Rins:- 
Hager [of U. S.] 3789 

© 1 c. Man 24, 1923; E 558838; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Don't cry Swanee; from Bombo, 
words and music by Al Jolson, B. 
G. De Sylva and Con Conrad [of 
U. S.] 3790- 

© Mar. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 28; 
E 561236; Harms, inc., New York. 

Don't eorget your mother; words and 
music by B. H. Compton tof U. S.] 
Invincible ed. New York, Invincible * 
music co., inc. 3791 

© Mar. 2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
• 560496; Bessie H.' Compton, Urbana, 
111. 

Don't eorget your mother, lad ; words 
and music by E. W. Cronin [of U. S.], 
arr. by William H. Penn tof U. S.i 

3792 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; E 560694; 
Edward W. Cronin, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 

Don't linger in the shadows; one 
step or song, words and music by 
Will Topham tof Great Britain] 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

3793 
© Mar. 24, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557069; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 



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Don't pity me; words by B. Simmons 
and D. Abrahams, music by C. John- 
son [of U. S.] 3794 
© lc. Mar. 8, 1923; E 558459; 
Bob Simmons, Chas. Johnson and 
Dave Abrahams, Atlantic City. 

Don't sing those blues to me, I've 
got troubles enough oe my own; 
words by S. Terry, melody by Her- 
man Dubois [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, 
of U. S.i 3795 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; E 560399; 
Susan Terry, Sciotoville, O. 

Don't we carry on ; words and melody 

by Cliff Friend and Sidney Clare [of 

U. Sj, arr. by S. Clare. 3796 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; E 558921; 

Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

Dot; by J. D. Lindley [of U. Sj ; mel- 
ody with piano ace. 3797 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; E 561110; 
Tames Donald Lindley, Rochester, 
N. Y. 

Dove nasce i/amore ; canzonetta, versi 
e musica di V. Spadea [of U. Sj 

3798 
© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 9; E 
560732; V. Spadea, New York. 

Down among the seeepy hiels oe 
Tennessee; words by Joe Young 
and Sam M. Lewis, music by Geo. 
W. Meyer t of U. S.i 3799 

© Feb. 28, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 1 ; E 
560386; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

Down by the oed appee tree; by Al. 

Wilson and James A. Brennan, arr. 

* by J. A. Brennan [of U. S.] ; male 

quartet. 4to. (Popular male quartet 

arrangements by C. F. Shattuck) 

3800 
© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; E 
560899; Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. [© arrangement] 

Down home Chareeston dance ; words 

and melody by T. Delaney [of U. Sj, 

arr. by Mark Welch t of U. S.] 3801 

© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1923; E 559111; 

Tom Delaney, Baltimore. 

Down in the mines ; words by D. Mc- 
Kenzie, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
don tof U. S.] 3802 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558725; 
Daniel McKenzie, Ann Arbor. 

Down oed Caeieornia way ; waltz, 
words by H. Youngman, music by F. 
Batke [of Russia, domiciled at Fres- 



no, Calif.] and J. G. Wyers [of Hol- 
land, domiciled at Fresno, Calif.], 
arr. by J. G. Wyers. 3803 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1923; E 558417; 
John Gerritt Wyers, Fred Batke and 
Henry Youngman, Fresno,. Calif. 

Dream (A) at twieight; words by 
M. E. Kuchera, music by Leo Fried- 
man tof U. S.] Chicago, Riviera 
music co. • 3804 

© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1923; 
E 558824; Myrtle E. Kuchera, Kim- 
ball, S. D. 

Dream boat ;- words and music by Mil- 
dred White Wallace [of U. S.] 

3805 
© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 28; 
E 558348; Dixon-Lane music pub. 
co., Chicago. 

Dream city; one step, di Umberto 

Candiolo tof Italy] ; piano. (Tre 

danze moderne) 3806 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 

556732; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Dream (A) oe my Ozark home; 
words and music by H. Hobson [of 
U. Sj, arr. by John W. Hobson [of 
U. Sj ; piano with words. 3807 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; E 558911; 
Helen Hobson, East St. Louis, 111. 

Dream-ship o' mine; words and music 

by Vernella Gray [pseud, of Nellie 

Gray Kruger, of U. Sj 3808 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; E 561266; 

Nellie Gray Kruger, West Toledo, O. 

Dream thoughts; album, by H. Had- 
wen-Chandler [of Great Britain] ; 
piano, no. 1-7. 3809 

© Feb. 28, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 1; E 
556656; Beal, Stuttard & co., ltd., 
London. 

Dreaming; waltz, by Walter Rolf e tof 
U. Sj ; piano. (Little maskers) 

3810 
© Mar. 3, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
560670; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

words and music by Mrs. J. M. 

Stafford [of U. Sj 3811 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 558334; 
Mrs. James M. Stafford, Alpena, 
Mich. 

words by F. G. Whalley, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [0 f U. Sj 3812 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558715; 
Fred G. Whalley, Philadelphia. 



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3830 



Dreaming oe homeland; words by 
Adel Fink, music by L. J. Fink [of 
U. S.i, arr. by B. Wyllie tof U. S.] 

3813 

© Apr. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1923, 
1 c. Jan. 26; E 555481; Lucas J. 
.Fink, Union, Mo. 

Dreamland; words by Walt Stoneham, 
music by E. Clinton Keithley [of 
U. Sj 3814 

© Dec. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 560522; McKinley music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Dreams; fox-trot song, words by Bob 

Levitre, melody by R. Levitre tof 

U. S.i 3815 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; E 558191; 

Ray Levitre, Provo, Utah. 

from The naughty Diana, words 

by Cyrus Wood, music by Will Ort- 
mann tof U. S.i 3816 

i© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 20; E 
560285; Harms, inc., New York. 

words by E. L. Conley, melody by 



Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.i 3817 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; E 560821; 
E. L. Conley, Mashfork, Ky. 

rords by G. Lathrop, music by 



Ann Lathrop, ti. e. Myrtle Ann Lath- 
rop, of U. S.] 3818 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1923; E 558939; 
Gordon Lathrop, New York. 

words by J. L. Burton, melody by 



Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 

Fisher, of U. S.] 3819 

© 1 c. Mar. .1, 1923; E ( 560402; 

Julius Lowey Burton, Portland, Or. 

Dreams oe India; fox trot, words and 
music by Percy Wenrich tof U. S.i 

3820 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558209; Forster music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 

Dreamy Lotus land; South sea island 
waltz, words by Frank Oliver, music 
by Sam A. Perry tof U. S.i, arr. by 
James C. McCabe tof U. S.i ; orch. 
4to. (Feist edition, no. 1110) 3821 
© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 20; E 
560283; Leo Feist, inc., New York, 
[©arrangement] 

Dreary weary blues; words and mel- 
ody bv Anton Lad a and Spencer 
Williams tof U. S.], arr. by S. Wil- 
liams. 3822 



© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923; E 559035; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Drifting along; words and music by 
R. P. Yaw tof U. S.i 3823 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1923; E 558894; 
Ralph Percy Yaw, Hartford, Conn. 

words by E. W. Carter, music by 

Charles Murdock [pseud, of Charles 
M. Meade tof U. S.], arr. by Milli- 
cent White [of U. S.i 3824 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 560292; 
Earle W. Carter and Charles Meade, 
Buffalo. 

Du klEine FEE vom variet^; two-step, 
aus der operette Die tolle Lola, na^h 
Gustav Kadelburg von Arthur Reb- 
ner, musik von Hugo Hirsch tof 
Germany], klavier arr. v. Otto Lin- 
dem [i. e. Otto Lindemann, of Ger- 
many] 3825 
© Oct. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556578 ; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Du schwarze Lola; onestep, aus der 
schwank-operette, Die tolle Lola, text 
von Gustav Kadelburg und Arthur 
Rebner, musik von Hugo Hirsch tof 
Germany], arr. v. Otto Lindemann 
tof Germany] 3826 

© Sept. 5, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556602 ; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Du SUSSER, KLEINER MANNEQUIN ; aus 

der schwank-operette, Die tolle Lola, 
text von Gustav Kadelburg und Ar- 
thur Rebner, musik von Hugo Hirsch 
[of Germany], klav. arr. v. Otto Lin- 
demann tof Germany] 3827 
© Sept. 5, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
E 556604; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Duccia; tango, par Eugene de Olenin 
tof France] ; piano. - 3828 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 
556735; G Ricordi & co., Milan. 



Dudky brat; words by L. Gilrod, mel- 
ody bv Herman Wohl tof U. S.i 
(♦toi03?pW) 3829 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553816; 
Louis Gilrod, Brooklyn. 



Due (I) girovaghi; melodie pascoliane, 
intermezzo grottesco, [parole anon], 
music di Domenico Alaleona tof 
Italy] ; una voce. 4to. 3830 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 
556722; G. Ricordi & co„ Milan. 



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Due-CE-beee ; [tutor:, by J. E. Whewell 
tof U. S.] ; numerical notations, bk. 
1 24mo. 3831 

© Jan. 1, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1923 ; 
aff. Dec. 23, 1922; A 697259; James 
Edward Whewell, Marwood, Pa. 

Durch das beaue MEER ; aus Bitte 
zahlen, worte von E. Glaser, musik 
von Rudolf Nelson [of Germany], 
erleichtert v. Otto Lindemann [of 
Germany] 3832 

© Aug. 9, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
E 556545; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. % 

Dusty Trombone; march or one step, 
by Henry Fillmore [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. . 3833 

© Mar. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; 
E 561172; Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

E (The) Eeat beues ; by Thomas Mor- 
ris [of U. So, harmonized by Louis S. 
Hooper [of U. S.] ; piano. 3834 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; E 561252; 
Thomas Morris, New York. 

E. Z. method; how to play the cornet, 
by Thos. J. Armstrong [of U. S.] 4to. 

3835 
© Mar. 14, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 14; aff. 
Mar. 20; A 700712; Wm. J. Smith 
music co., inc., New York. 

how to play the violin, by Robert 

Smith tof U. S.] 4to. 3836 

© Mar. 14, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 14; aff. 
Mar. 20; A 700713; William J. Smith 
music co., inc., New York. 

Easter; by Edwin H. Lemare tof Eng- 
land, domiciled at Portland, Me.] ; 
organ with chimes. (In Twelve short 
improvisations, bk. 2, no. 3) 3837 
© Dec. 19. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1923; 
E 555470; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Easter (An) anTiphon; Eatin hymn, 
tr. by Tate and Brady, music by T. 
Frederick H. Candlyn [of U. So ; 
double cho., of "mixed voices, organ 
ace. 4to. (Church music review, no. 
683) 3838 

© Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 27; E 
558884; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Easter beees ; Easter service, by Ira B. 

Wilson, arr. by Chas. E. Eewis [of 

U. So; orch. pts. 4to. 3839 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 

560473; Eorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 



text by Edith Sanford Tillot- 

son, music by Ira B. Wilson tof 
U. S.] 8vo. 3840 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
27; A 701110; Eorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

Easter (The) caee; Easter service, 
words by Grace Gordon and A. A. 
Payn, music by C. Austin Miles [of 
U. So 12mo. 3841 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558547; Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 

Easter (An) prayer; words by V. 
Monro, music by W. Gary tof U. S.f 

3842" 
© Mar. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; E 
561119; Virginia Monro and Wil- 
muth Gary, Washington. 

Eastern (An) lament; by Arthur 

Hinton [of Great Britain] ; piano.. 

(Two Oriental sketches, no. 1) 3843 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1923; 

E 551684; Reid bros., ltd., London. 

Ebeouissement; valse-boston hesita- 
tion, par Ciro Urbini [of Italy] ; 
piano. 3844 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551913; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Ecstasy; words and music by Freder- 
ick Stevenson t of U. So op. 77. 3845 
© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; E 
558741; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Ecstasy oe spring; valse, by R. E. 
Clark [of U. So, arr. by Taylor 
Branson tof U. So ; trombone solo, 
with piano ace. 3846 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923; E 558678; 
Robert E. Clark, Washington. 

Egypt, oed eand oe mystery; words by 
W. R. Williams, music by George 
Bass and Abe Shynman tof U. So 

3847 
© Mar. 5, 1923: 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
560655 ; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Eedgafeeen (Feuerzauber) ; foxtrot,, 
von Einar Landen [of Germany] ; 
piano. (Edition Roehr, no. 774) 

3848 
© Feb. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 28; E 
557077; Roehr, a. g., Berlin. 

Ee£gie ; par Fernand _ Fourment [of 
France] ; violon ou violon-celle avec 
ace. de piano ou d'orgue. 3849 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556302; P. Dezeff, Bordeaux, 
France. 



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3867 



Elevation; by Ambroise Farman [of 
England] ; piano. 3850 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 5; E 
556717; Joseph Henry Larway, Eon- 
don. 

Eeiana; azione mimicain quattro parti 
con danze e cori ad lib., adattata da 
R. Pantini alia. Suite romantica, 
riduzione di F. Alfano [of Italy] ; 
piano. 4to. Contents : 1. Notte 
Adriatica. — 2. Echi dell' Appennino. — 
3. Al chiostro abbandonato. — 4. 
Natale Campano. 3851 

,© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 
556727; G. Ricordi & co, Milan. 

EeVINA, I WANT YOU BABY TO BE MINE; 

blues, words and melody by A. Toca 
tof U. S.], arr. by Henry Werman 
tof U. S.] 3852 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; E 561213; 
Albert Toca, New Orleans. 

Emoi (Blushing) ; valse chantee, pa- 
roles de Fernand Beissier, musique 
de Rogg Bound tof France] 3853 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551858; Lorette, Paris. 

Emory Alma mater; words and music 
by John Marvin Rast [of U. S.i, arr. 
bv Alton O'Steen and M. H. Dewey 
[6f U. S.i 3854 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
560689; E. L. Graydon and P. E. 
Moon, Atlanta. 

En cachette ! sur les motifs du celebre 
fox-trot, paroles de Ch. E. Pothier et 
Rene Flouron, musique de J. Sieulle 
[of France] 3855 

■ © Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556258; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 
[© arrangement] 

En douce; musique de Maurice Yvain 
[of France] 1. Fox trot et shimmy; 
piano. — 2. Chanson ; paroles de Albert 
Willemetz et Jacques-Charles. 

3856, 3857 
© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. each Feb. 9, 
1923; E 556241, 556250; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 

En marge de Shakespeare; par 
Adolphe Borchard tof France] ; parti- 
tion d'orch. Contents : 1. Portia. — 
2. Juliette.— 3. Ophelie. 3858 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 13; E 
556866; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 



Enchanted (The) iseand; suite, _ by 
Lionel Larenne iof Great Britain] ; 



piano. Contents : 1. The enchanted 
island. — 2. The moon rises.— 3. The 
valley of delight. — 4. The fairy 
queen's ball. — 5. The nymph's ballet. 

3859 
© Feb. 28, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 1; E 
556657; Beal, Stuttard & co., ltd., 
London. 

Enemies 0E women; themes, by W. F. 

Peters [of U. S.] ; piano. 3860 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; E 560433; 

Wm. Frederick Peters, Englewood, 

N.J. 

Enigma; stealthy, mysterious, by Gas- 
ton Borch [of Belgium] ; orch. and 
piano conductor. 4to. (Hawkes' 
photo play series, no. 23) 3861 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 12; E 
551693 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Enough; words by Sara Teasdale, 
music bv Homer Samuels tof U. S.i ; 
high voice. 3862 

© Nov. 22, 1922; 2 c. Nov. 23; 
E 560288; G. Ricordi & co., inc., 
New York. 

Entree EESTivaee; by Gustave Ferrari 
[of France] ; organ. 3863 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556466; Augener, ltd., London. 

Epperson's piano studies; first studies 
and familiar melodies, by E. G. Ep- 
person, tof U. S.i op. 70, no. 1. bk. 
1. Salt Lake City, Utah, Consoli- 
dated music co. 3864 
© Dec: 30, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
4, 1923; A 694595; Emery G. Epper- 
son, Chicago. 

Esquisses PRpvENgAEEs; suite, par 
Francis Popy [of Francej ; orch. avec 

• piano conducteur. ' 4to. Contents : a. 
Fete champetre.—b. Au bord du ruis- 
seau. — c. Reverie aux etoiles. — d. 
Farandole aux flambeaux. 3865 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 10; E 
556446; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

Et Pan, au fond des bees eunaikes, 
s'accouda; par Florent Schmitt [of 
France] op. 70, no. 1; piano. (Mi- 
rages, no. 1) 3866 
© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551895; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Eterna(L') chimera; romanza, words 
by Riccardo Cordiferro, melody by 
O. Sommovigo [of Italy, domiciled 
at New York] 3867 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; E 558356; 
Addone Sommovigo, New York. 



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pt. in, n. s.. v. 18 



Eternal (The) Eeame; words by J. 
Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. 
Ball, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of 
U. S.i ; male voices. 4to. (Witmark 
edition, no. 5195) 3868 

© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; E 
561165; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [© new arrangement] 

EterneeeE histoire; paroles de Marcel 

Beau, musique de Roger de Franc- 

mesnil [of France] (Melodies, no. 1) 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1923; 

E 556433; A. Zunz Mathot,, Paris. 

Strange (L') valse; valse hawa'ienne 
chantee, de la revue Avec le sourire, 
paroles de Rene Nazelles, musique de 
Maurice Yvain [of France] 3870 
© Dec. 31. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556243; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Eureka ; march, song cho., words by 
Henry M. Fecheimer, music by Harry 
H. Zickel tof U. S.J ; song chorus. 

3871 

© Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; 
E 561303; Zickel pub. co., Detroit. 

EuTERPEAN eyrics; by Mortimer Wil- 
son tof U. S.] op. 28; string orch. 
Fischer ed. Contents: 1. Aubade. — 
2. Madrigale.— 3. Idylle.— 4. Baya- 
dere.— 5. Pastourelle. 3872 
© Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 4; E 
561394; J. Fischer & bro., New \'ork. 

Evening meditation; serenade, by B. 
F. Crumling tof U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

3873 

© Mar. 7, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 8; E 
558455; H. C. Miller, Parkesburg, 
Pa. 

Evening over the eorest; words by 

Beatrice Mayor, music by Eustace 

Phillan [of Great Britain] 3874 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 7; E 

556705; Boosey & co., London. 

Evening prayer; sacred song, words 
by Thomas Kelly, music by J. Carl- 
ton Drew [of U. S.] ; medium voice. 

3875 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 31; E 
559038; Eorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Eventide; by Otis M. Carrington rof 
U. S.] ; piano. 4to. 3876 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 1; E 
560388; Myers & Carrington, Red- 
wood City, Calif. 



Every day; words and music by H. G. 

Howard [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 

Harold Rossiter music co. 3877 

© Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 6; E 

560701; Homer G. Howard, Chicago. 

Every day in every way, Tee try un- 
tie I GET it; words and music by T. 
E. Owslev rof U. S.i, arr. by Dave 
Peyton tof U. S.] 3878 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; E 560929; 
Tim Emmanuel Owsley, Chicago. 

Every one was made to eove; words 
and music by E. Faulknor rof U. S.] 

3879 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558726; 
Eric Faulknor, Indianapolis. 

Every step brings me closer to my 
lovin' honey eamb; words and mel- 
ody by Bob Nelson, Henry Creamer 
and Lew Pollack [of U. S.], arr. by 
B. Nelson. 3880 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; E 558923; 
Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

Every step op the way; words and 

music by Lida Shivers Leech tof 

U. Sj 3881 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 

E 561001 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Everybody's crazy 'bout the baby; 

words and music by S. W. Kirtland 

[of U. S.] 3882 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; E 561111; 

Sidney W. Kirtland, Annapolis. 

Everybody's struttin' now; fox trot, 
by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake, arr. 
by Louis Katzman [of U. S.] ; orch., 
with words. 4to. 3883 

© Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; E 
560906; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [© new arrangement] 

Everything is K. O. in K-Y; words 
by Raymond B. Egan, music by Rich- 
ard A. Whiting [of U. S.] 3884 
© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; 
E 561287; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Ev'ry heart has a dream ; from 
Peaches, words by Robert B. Smith, 
music by Max Steiner tof U. S.] 

3885 
© Mar. 2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
558383; Harms, inc., New York. [© 
revised lyrics] 



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no. 4, 1923 



3903 



Eye hath not seen; three-part song 
by A. R. Gaul, arr. by Paul Bliss 
tof U. S.] ; women's voices. 4to. 

3886 

© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558502; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. [© arrangement] 

Eyes OF gray; words by J. E. Love, 
music by Otto Bonnell [of U. S.] 
New York, Manhattan music co. 

3887 
© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; E 
561187; Jennie E. Love, Bozeman, 
Mont. 

Faded love letters ; waltz ballad, by 
Pascoe, Moore and Dulmage tof 
U. S.i; band. 4to. 3888 

© Mar. 22, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 22; 
E 558771; Chas. E. Roat music co., 
Battle Creek. 

Fairies are calling you; a lullaby, 
words and music bv Geoffrev O'Hara 
tof U. S.] 3889 

© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 27; E 
558880; Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, 
inc., New York. 

Fairy queen ; novelette, by Franz Kal- 
bert [of U. S.i ; piano. Boston, W. B. 
Hasey & co. (Melodious teaching 
pieces) 3890 

© Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558242; W. B. Hasey, Boston. 

Fairy sparks ; mazurka, by Eduardo 
Marzo [of U. S.] ; piano. 3891 

© Mar. 3, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
560682 ; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Falling leaves ; words by V. Hill, 
music by Everett J. Evans [of U. S.] 
Invincible ed. New York, Invincible 
music co., inc. 3892 

© Mar. 14, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 15; E 
558597; Vena Hill, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 

FalsE-Eaced pansy ; novellette, from 
The garden comedy suite, bv George 
S. Schuler tof U. S.] ; piano. 3893 
© Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558215; Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 

Fancieul sketches ; by Edgar Moy [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. (New century 
edition, no." 75) 3894 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 2; E 
556667; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., Lon- 
don. 



Fancy Nancy Clancy; waltz, by 
Harry Pease, Ed. G. Nelson and 
Jimmy Flynn rof U. S.i, arr. by Wm. 
Schulz tof U. S.] ; orch., with words. 
Feist ed. 4to. 3895 

© Apr. 5, 1923;- 2 c. Apr. 6; E 
559134; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[© arrangement] 

Fanfare valse; by Phil Davis [of 
Great Britain], arr. by Boosey & co. 
tof Great Britain] ; band. (In Boosey 
& co.'s brass and reed band journal, 
no. 627) 3896 

© Oct. 18, 1922; 1 c. Nov. 23; E 
550364; Boosey & co., London. 

Fang nie was mit verwandtschaet 
an ! aus Bitte zahlen, worte von 
Theobald Tiger, musik von Rudolf 
Nelson [of Germany], erleichtert v. 
Otto Lindemann tof Germany] 3897 
© Aug. 9, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
E 556546; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Fantaisie espagnole; by K. Sorabji 

iof Englandi ; piano. 3898 

© Jan. 20. 1923; 1 c. Feb. 19; E 

556396; Kaikhosru Sorabji, London. 

Fantasia on march themes ; by Ed- 
ward German [of England], ed. by 
John E. West tof England] ; organ, 
obi. 8vo. 3899 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 1; E 
556666; Novello. & co., ltd., London. 

Fantastic (The) ; by B. C. McGuire 
[of U. S.]'; piano. 3900 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E, 558799; 
Blanche Claire McGuire, Criicago. 

Fantastic dance; paraphrase on Syr- 
ian ballet dance with additional origi- 
nal movements, by A. Teres tof U. S.] 
op. 11; piano. 3901 

© Dec. 25, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 22, 1923; 
E 558790; Albert Teres, New York. 
[© new matter] 

Far og mor og bo'rn; af Bag de ro'de 
Porte, tekst : Aage Steffensen, musik : 
Willy Kierulff tof Denmark] 3902 
© Feb. 2, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 26; E 
556527; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Fare you well sweet Isabel; words 

and melody by Arthur Savage Jos- 

selyn t of U. S.i 3903 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1923; E 561270; 

Alpha music co., Providence, R. I. 



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3904 



pt. in, n. s., v. IS 



Ferraria (L. E.) 33 saggi ed improv- 
visi ritmici (33 essais et impromptus 
rythmiques) ; di L. E. Ferraria [of 
Italy] ; piano. (Edizione Ricordi, no. 
156) 3904 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 
556725; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Ferroud (P. O.) Trois pieces pour 
flute ; par P. O. Ferroud tof France] 
Contents : 1. Bergere captive. — 2. 
Jade.— 3. Toan-yan. 3905 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556303; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. 

Festin (Le) de i/araignee; par Albert 
Roussel, op. 17, trio, par Roger Branga 
[of France] ; edition A pour piano, 
violon et violoncelle, contrebasse, har- 
monium et clarinette ad lib. 3906 
© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556281 ; Durand et cie., Paris. [© 
arrangement] 

Fete (Une) a Trianon ; gavotte carac- 
teristique, par Henri Roubier, op. 52, 
transcrite par J. Clemandh [of 
France] ; violon et piano. 3907 

© Dec. 31, 1922: 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556309; Costallat et cie., Paris. 
[© transcription] 

FeuieeES de rose; intermezzo, par 
Philippe Maurel [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. Australia, W. H. Paling & 
co., ltd. 3908 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 14; E 
556352; A. Hammond & co., London. 

FeuieeES mortes; par Florent Schmitt 
tof France] op. 46, no. 1 ; piano. 3909 
© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 
E 551855; A. Zunz Mathot, Paris. 

FiDDEE-DE-DEE ; words by Lizzie De Ar- 
mond, music by Norman Lighthill 
[of U. S.], by John S. Fearis; alto 
ad lib. 4to. (Unison chorus, no. 
1208) 3910 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 3; E 
559050; J. S. Fearis & bro., Chicago. 

Fiddler's (The) nursery; first pieces 
for young violinists, by Adam Carse 
tof Great Britain] ; with piano ace. 
(Album series no. 84) 3911 

© Feb. 28, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 26; E 
557039; Augener, ltd., London. 

Fidgety Eingers; novelty fox-trot, by 
Norman J. Elholm tof U. S.] ; piano. 

3912 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 2; E 
560443; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 



Fievet (Paue) Six esquisses; par P. 
Fievet tof France] ; piano. Contents : 
1. Nevezelio. — 2. Air a danser. — 3. 
Le thym et le cytise. — 4. Interlude. — 
5. Pavane. — 6. L'art de delier les 
doigts. ■ 3913 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 13: E 
556871; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Fieees (Les) ; chanson realiste, paroles 

de Pierre Varenne, musique de Joseph 

Szulc tof France] 3914 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 

E 556247; -Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Fimmee-Eox; von Hugo Hirsch rof 
Germany], erleichtert v. Otto Linde- 
mann [of Germany] ; piano. 3915 

© Mar. 18, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
E 556583; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Fin der chupE; by A. Schwartz [of 
U. S.] ; instrumental. 3916 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1923; E 561272; 
Abe Schwartz, New York. 

Fjnck (Herman) Two little dances; 
D3'- H. Finck tof England] ; reed and 
brass band. 4to. Contents : a. A la 
minuet, b. A la gavotte. 3917 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 27; E 
556653; Hawkes & son, London. 

Finger-exercises and scale-studies 
(Ejercicios para los dedos y estudios 
en escalas) ; by Gerald Christopher 
Maas tof Great Britain, domiciled at 
Rochester, N. Yj, tr. by Maria Paz 
Gainsborg; violoncello. (Schirmer's 
scholastic series, v. 138) 3918 

© Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; E 
561250; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Flapper (The) ; fox trot, words by M. 
L. Parker, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington tof U. S.] 3919 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558996; M. 
L. Parker, Lund, Canada. 

■ words and music by J. B. Yates 

tof U. S.] 3920 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 558338; 
Jefferson B. Yates, Dayton, Pa. 

Flapper girl; words by C. Bareis, 

music by Geo. Graff, jr. tof U. S.], arr. 

by Theo. G. Beach f of U. S.i 3921 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E, 560601; 

Charles Bareis, Madison, Wis. 

Flappering (A) queen; words and 
music by C. A. C. Snow [of U. S.] 

3922 

© Feb. 10, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
558163; C. A. C. Snow, Clark, Wy. 



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3943 



P xapper's (The) blues ; words by G. 

Williams, music by H. Richard [of 

U. S.] 3923 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 558331; 

Gertrude Williams, Miami, Fla. 

FlEurETTE; poeme d'amour, par Denis 
Dupre [of Great Britain] ; piano. 
Svdnev, Australia, W. H. Paling & 
co., ltd. 3924 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 14; E 
556350; A. Hammond & co., London. 

Flies ; words and melody by M. J. 

Fitzpatrick [of U. S.i 3925 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; E 558321; 

Michael Joseph Fitzpatrick, Brooklyn. 

Flimsy elounces; valse de ballet, by 
Frank E. Hersom tof U. S.i ; piano. 

3926 

© Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; E 

560547; Walter Jacobs, inc., Boston. 

Flirt a Monte Carlo; valse-serenade, 
par Georges Lauweryns tqf France] ; 
piano. 3927 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551910; Delrieu freres, Nice, 
France. 

Flores del oro (Flowers of gold) ; 

march, by I. V. C. Jesseph tof U. S.i ; 

piano. 3928 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; E 560952; 

Ida V. C. Jesseph, Spokane. 

Florida; words and melody by A. F. 

Doerfler tof U. S.], arr. by L. L. Vos- 

Burgh [of U. S.i 3929 

©1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; E 558350; 

Anthony F. Doerfler, Kenosha, Wis. 

Flowers ; words by Elizabeth Jeans, 
music bv Geo. Graff, jr. tof U. S.], 
arr. by "Theo. G. Beach tof U. S.i 

3930 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560598; 
I. E. Marrison, St. Arnaud, Aus- 
tralia. 

words by F. Maas, melody by 

Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.i 3931 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558775; 
Florence Maas, West Salem, 111. 

Flying leaves ; by E. H. McKenney 

tof U. S.] ; piano. 3932 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; E 558683; 

Elena H. McKenney, Los Angeles. 

study, by J. H. Hande tof U. S.] ; 

piano. [Blue print] 3933 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560363; 
John Hallward Hande, Baltimore. 



Follow me; words from Matthew, 16: 
24-27, music by J. B. Herbert tof 
U. S.i {In Scripture songs) 3934 
© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558205; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 
111. 

Follow on ; song- fox trot, by Lamberto 
Pavanelli, arr. by Felix Godin [of 
England] ; orch. with piano conduc- 
tor. 4to. 3935 
© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 
556726; G. Ricordi & C o., Milan. 

Fool (A) erom the start; words by 
James Gullo, music by Frank T. 
Peterson tof U. S.i, arr. by Harry L. 
Alford tof U. S.i ; 1st. violin. 

3936 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1923; E 558635; 
John M. Rutala and co., Bridgeton, 
N. J. 

For I must hurry back home; words 

by L. J. Ewing, music by Lillian 

Jameson tof U. S.] 3937 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; E 560294; 

Lionel J. Ewing, New York. 

For Jesus, Eor others ; words by Myra 

A. Buck, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 

jr. tof U. S.] 3938 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

561031 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

For' 'o cunvento; duetto, versi di Dio- 
dato Del Gaizo, musica di A. Mon- 
tagna tof Italy ; mand. ace.] 4to. 3939 
© Aug. 24," 1922; 1 c. Mar. 17, 1923; 
E 556905; Alfredo Bascetta, Brook- 
lyn. 

For the sake oe you; words By Mrs. 
A. P. Coleman, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. tof U. S.], arr. by Theo. G. Beach 

' tof U. S.] 3940 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560613; 

Mrs. A. P. Coleman, Chappells, S. C. 

Ford and his little sedan; words by 
C. M. King, music by Glen Snelgrave 
[of U. S.] 3941 

© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
558435; Carrie May King, New Or- 
leans. 

Forever; words by E. Line, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 3942 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558985; 
Eva Line, Eddyville, Neb. 

Forlozn (Forsaken) ; English version 
by Constance Ramsay Gideon, music 
arr. by Henry Gideon [of U. S.i {In 
From the cradle to the chuppe, v. 1) 

3943 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Foreozn (Forsaken) — Continued. 

© Mar. 23, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; 
E 561235; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Forty years ago to-day; words by 
Nettie Walker, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. 3944 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558226; Nettie Walker, Sandy, Utah. 

Forward; words by Mrs. F. G. Bur- 
roughs, music by B. D. Ackley [of 
U. S.i "3945 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
561030; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Four and twenty snoweeakes; two 
part, by William Stickles, arr. by 
Ira B. Wilson [of U. S.i ; sop. and 
alto. 4to. (Willis school songs no. 
4085) 3946 

© Mar. 20, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 28; 
E 558966; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. [© arrangement] 

Fox Trot dee Mereo; di Vincenzo 
Billi [of Italy] op. 376; piano. 3947 
© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 
556733; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Fraueein, dare ich, sie geniessen? 
worte von Peter Herz, musik von 
Hans Duval-Diamant [of Austria] 

3948 
© Dec. 22, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556617; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Freeey give; words from the Scrip- 
tures, music by J. B. Herbert [of 
U. S.i (In Scripture songs) 3949 
© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558206; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 111. 

Friend or EoE; march, by Arthur 
Graham [of Great Britain] ; band. 
4to. (Boosey's march journal, no. 
363) 3950 

© Mar. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557089; Boosey & co., London. 

From beeery towers (Bridal bells) ; 
by T. P. Ryder, rev. by Harry L. 
Harts [of U. S.] ; piano. 3951 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 6; E 
560684; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. [© revision] 

From the cradee to the chuppe ; songs 
of Jewish life, English version by 
Constance Ramsay Gideon, music 



arr. bv Henry Gideon [of U. S.] v. 
1, 2. '(Edition Schmidt, no. 185 ab ) 

3952, 3953 
© Mar. 23, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 
26; E 561219, 561227; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

From Tudor times ; suite, by H. Scott- 
Baker [of England] ; piano. Con- 
tents : 1. Maggiolata. — 2. Galliard. — 
3. Aylesbury fair. 3954 

© Mar. 2, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 3; E 
556689; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Fumo (Ie) E EA neve; epilogo, melodie 
pa-scoliano, [parole anon.], musica di 
Domenico Alaleona [of Italy] ; una 
voce. 4to. 3955 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 
556723; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Funny (The) eittle eairy sort oe 
person; words by Eric Barber, music 
by James M. Gallatly [of Great Brit- 
ain] 3956 
© Mar. 7, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557104; Boosey & co., London. 

Gaeeiard (J. E.) Sonata; by J. E. Gal- 
liard, ed and arr. by Charles William 
Pearce [of Great Britain] ; violoncello 
and piano, in F. 3957 

© Mar. 9, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 26; E 
557042; Schott &co„ London, r© 
editing and arranging] 

Gandhi ; fox trot indiano, intermezzo, 
di Vincenzo Billi tof Italy] op. 372; 
piccola orch. con pianoforte con- 
duttore. 4to. 3958 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 6; E 
556728; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Garden (The) eairy; by Leo Oehmler 
[of U. S.] op. 173, no. 2; piano. 

3959 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 

558422; Hatch music co., New York. 

GAREAND OE BEAUTIEUE DREAMS ; WOrds 

by E. Clinton Keithley, music by F. 

Henri Klickmann f of U. S.i 3960 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; 

560524; McKinley music co., Chicago. 

CxARTERE (ElN) MIT BLUHENDEM WEINE ', 

verse von Kurt Robitschek, music 
von Robert Stolz [of Austria] op. 377. 

3961 
© Apr. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
E 556551 ; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 



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no. 4, 1923 



3980 



Gas (Xes) de champagne; marche, 

par L. Debraux [of France] ; orch. 

avec piano conducteur. 4to. 3962 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 

, 556259; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Gathering rosebuds; by Paul Lawson 
tof U. S.] ; piano. (Playing in the 
garden) 3963 

© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; E 
558748; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Gavotte Stephanie; by Czibulka, ed. 
by McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], 
plaved bv Ivan Kerouak. (Recordo, 
no." 67340) [Music roll] 3964 

© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
558397 ; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [© editing] 

Gazelle (The) (Die gazelle) ; ma- 
zurka brillante, by Rich Krentzlin 
[of Germany] op. 74 ; piano. 3965 

© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; E 
558743; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Gee! but I'm cold; words by S. M. 

Levy, music bv Marvin Henrv Brook 

[of U. S.] " " 3966 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560699; 

Samuel Meyer Levy, Chicago. 

Gee ! I'll miss you when you're gone ; 
words by I. Will Callahan, music by 
Max Kortlander [of U. S.] 3967 
© Mar. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; E 
561301; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Geisha maid; words by Billy O'Freil 

Waldron, music by R. P. Yaw [of 

U. S.] ; piano with words. 3968 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1923; E 558895; 

Ralph Percy Yaw, Hartford. 

Gems oe Gung'l; melody valse cotil-' 
Ion, by Aubrey Winter tof England] ; 
reed and brass band. 4to. 3969 

© Mar. 13, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 26; E 
557049; Hawkes & son, London. 

Georgia; by B. Lochmoeller [of U. S.i; 
piano. 3970 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 558836; 

Belmont Lochmoeller, St. Louis. 

Gerlier (F.) Cent exercices de perfec- 
tionnement; cours elementaire, a la 
premiere position, par E. Gerlier [of 
France].; violon. (Enseignement du 
violon) 3971 

© Dec. 31, 1922: 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556305; E. Gaudet, Paris. 



Gesheft (A) hob ich ; words by M. 

Rund, melody by S. Weisser [of 

U. S.] 3972 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1923; E 558534; 

Morris Rund, New York. 

Get on the glory path; words by 
James Rowe, music by G. E. Yinaroff 
[of U. S.i 3973 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560557 ; Standard pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Gieda gatdeliat ; f olksongs, music by 
Juozas Naujalis [of Lithuania, domi- 
ciled at Chicago] ( Musu muzika, 
no. 1) 3974 

© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1923; 
E 558908; Xavier Strumskis, Brook- 
lyn. 

Gimme girl; words by Al. Martin and 

James Starr, melodv bv E. Olsen [of 

U. S.] 3975 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; E 560425; 

Edith Olsen, Los Angeles. 

Ginia; I've traveled East, I've traveled 

West, words and melodv by J. Le 

Soir [of U. S.] 3976 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 558252; 

John Le Soir, Brooklyn. 

Giovinezza; inno dei Fascisti, versi di 
M. Manni, musica di G. Blanc, arr. 
di M. V. C. [i. e. M. V. Cardilli, of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] 3977 
© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; E 
558192; Mauro Y. Cardilli, New 
York. [© arrangement] 

( Jeunesse) ! ; one step, par G. Al- 

mayrac tof France] ; piano. * 3978 
© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551896; Paul. Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 

Gipsy ; one-step, versi e musica di R. 
Corona [of Italy; mand. ace.] Milan, 
Casa editrice musicale Pierrot. 4to. 

3979 
© Dec. 1, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; 
E 556682; Italian book co., New- 
York. 

Gipsy John; three part song, words by 
G. J. Whyte Melville, music by Fred- 
eric Clay [of U. S.], arr. by Elwyn 
Middleton [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 
Gamble school ed. 4to. 3980 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; E 
558904; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 



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3981 



pt. in, n. s.. v. IS 



Girl (The) I love; words and melody 
by L. Darling [of U. S.] 3981 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 558854; 
Lake Darling, Hollywood, Calif. 

Gire (The) of his dreams; words and 
music by Z. Kelly [of U. S.] 3982 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923; E 558676; 
Zettie Kelly, Covington, Tenn. 

Give God the praise; words by T. O. 
Chisholm, music by Henry P. Mor- 
ton tof U. S.] 3983 
© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
561008; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Give _ me a chance; words by J. J. 
Griffin, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton tof U. S.] 3984 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558688; 
John J. Griffin, Brooklyn. 

Give me that red rose; words and 
music by M. A. Archer [of U. S.i, 
arr. bv Shapiro Bernstein and co. rof 
U. S.] 3985 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1923; E 558492; 
Marie Adele Archer, Brooklyn. 

Give me the right to call you mine; 
love ballad, words by Leila Brett, 
music by Harold S. Kay [of U. S.] 
(Fine art black series) 3986 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 20; E 
558169; Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. 

Give thanks; words and music by 
Haldor Lillenas tof U. S.i 3987 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560568; Standard pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Gladiola : words and melody by E. H. 
Pipe [of U. S.i 3988 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1923; E 558371; 
Edward Harry Pipe, St. Louis. 

Glory geeams ; [hymnsi, by R. H. Cor- 
nelius tof U. S.i 12mo. 3989 
© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
23; A 699958; Rufus Henry Corne- 
lius, Ft. Worth, Tex. 

Geory oE Egypt; waltz, by K. L. King 
tof U. S.i ; orch.- Cincinnati, O., Fill- 
more music house. 4to. 3990 
© Mar. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; E 
561174; Fillmore bros. co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Geory (The) oe yonder cross; words 

and music by William M. Runyan rof 

U. S.] 3991 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

561010; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



Glory song oe CaliEornia; words and 
music by G. Whittemore tof U. S.i 
Glendale, Calif., Glendale music pub. 
co. 3992 

© Mar. 14, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
560969; Genevieve Whittemore, Glen- 
dale, Calif. [© new melodyr 

Glycine's song; words by Samuel Tay- 
lor Coleridge, music by Percy Judd 
tof Great Britain] 3993 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 5; E 
556695; Augener, ltd., London. 

Go down to Kew in lilac time; words 
by Alfred Noyes, music by Graham 
Peel [of Great Britain] 3994 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 21; E 
556756; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Go Eind your brother; words by M. 
E. Rogers, music by E. L. Rogers [of 
U. S.i, arr. by Pauline Bachman and 
E. Rogers [of U. S.i 3995 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; E 560885; 
Milton Eugene Bachman and Eleon- 
ora Lena Rogers, Des Moines. 

Go lovely rose; words by Edmund 

Waller, music by Roger Quilter [of 

Great Britain] op 24, no. 3. 3996 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 24; E 

556763; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Go work in His vineyard; words by 
Margery Towers, music by F. A. 
Challinor [of Great Britain] ; two- 
part choir or treble voices in uni- 
son. 4to. (Bayley & Ferguson's 
festival music, no. 112) [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] 3997 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 15; E 
556367; Bayley & Ferguson, Glasgow. 

God bless you, wherever you are ; 
words by Madge Morris, music by 
Otis M. Carrington [of U. S-] 4to. 

3998 
© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 1; E 
560387; Myers_ & Carrington, Red- 
wood City, Calif. 

God forgives so why can't you; words 
by A. Branch, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. tof U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. 3999 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558231; Amelia Branch, Tampa, Fla. 

God is building a palace eor me ; 

words and music by W. J. Mueller 

tof U. S.] 4000 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

561024; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



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no. 4, 1923 



4018 



God is living; words by Ellen C. Tcn- 
gren, music by Haldor Lillenas rof 
U. So 4001 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560554; Standard pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 

God is not mocked; words from the 

Psalms, music by J. B. Herbert [of 

U. S.i (In Scripture songs) 4002 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 

558199; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 111. 

Godard (Benjamin Louis Paul) In 
the words ; from Scenes poetiques, 
by B. Godard, op. 46, no. 1, arr. by 
Bendix Wilson tof U. So ; orch. 
(Laurel school orchestra, grade 3, no. 
4) 4003 

© Mar. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; E 
561297; C. C. Birchard & co., Boston, 
r© orchestration] 

On the mountain ; from Scenes 

poetiques, by Benjamin Godard [of 
U. So op. 46, no. 2, arr. by Bendix 
Wilson [of U. So ; orch. (Laurel 
school orchestra, no. 5) 4004 

© Mar. 30, 1923; 1 c. Apr. 3; E 
559068; C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 
[© arrangement] 

God's mercy ; words from Psalm 103, 

music by J. B. Herbert [of U. So 

(In Scripture songs) 4005 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 

558201 ; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 111. 

Goldbeater (The) ; part-song for 
schools, music by A. Randegger, arr. 
by F. W. Howes [of U. So ; mixed 
voices. (Ditson school octavo) 4006 
© Feb. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
. 558151 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[© arrangement] 

Golden (The) bells oe welcome; 

words and music bv Haldor Lillenas 

[of U. So 4007 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

560573 ; Standard pub. co., Cincin- 

' nati. 

Golden head; words by Edward J. 
Darkes and Max Prival, music bv 
Dave Ringle t of U. So 4008 

© Mar. .2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560491; McKinley music co., New 
York. 

Golden locks; by H. D. Hewitt tof 
U. So; piano. 4009 

© Apr. 6, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 10; E 
561562; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 



Golden rod ; march idyll, melody by G. 

Muder tof U. So 4010 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1923; E 558915; 

George Muder, New Kensington, Pa. 

Golden slumbers; three-part song, 
words by Thomas Dekker, music by 
Frank Bridge [of Great Britain]; 
treble voices. 4to. 4011 

© Feb. 14, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 5; E 
556693 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Golden sun, thy warmth display; vo- 
cal rondo, words anon., music by 
James Hook, arr. and adapted by 
Alfred Moffat [of Great Britain] ; 
three women's voices. 4to. (Col- 
legiate choir, no. 369) 4012 
© Jan. 28, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 16; E 
556364; Bayley & Ferguson, Glasgow. 

Gone but still in my heart; by Lee 
David, arr. by Louis Katzman [of 
U. So ; orch., with words. Special 
phonograph arr. 4013 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 6; E 
558409; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [© new arrangement] 

Good-bye, Pussyfoot, good-bye; words 
by G. A. Smith and R. Rochon, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington tof U. So 

4014 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558700; 
G. A. Smith and R. Rochon, Cha- 
peau, Canada. 

Good-bye to Boston town; words and 
music by A. G. Stephens [of Aus- 
tralia] 4015 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; E 558889; 
Alfred George Stephens, Sydney, 
Australia. 

Good night; from The cousin from 
nowhere, words by Adrian Ross tof 
Great Britain], music by Edward 
Kunneke tof Germany] ; in C. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] 4016 

© Dec. 29, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1923 ; 
E 551675; B. Feldman & co. ; London, 
r© revised edition and English lyrics] 

■ waltz, by Leo Wood, Irving Bibo 

and Con Conrad [of U. So, arr. by 
Frank E. Barry [of U. So ; orch. 
with piano and words. 4to. (Feist 
edition, no. 1113) 4017 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 20; E 
560284; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
t© arrangement] 

■ words and music by Leo 

Wood, Irving Bibo and Con Conrad 

tof U. So 4018 

© Mar. 2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

558385; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



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4019 



pt. [II, IK S., V. 18 



Good tidings ; words from the Scrip- 
tures, music by J. B. Herbert [of 
U. S.] (In Scripture songs) 4019 
© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558208; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 
111. 

Gounod (Charles Francois) Chorus 
of bacchantes ; from Philemon et 
Baucis, four-part chorus, by Charles 
Frangois Gounod, arr. by Archibald 
T. Davison [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 
4to. (Concord series, no. 37: Har- 
vard universitv glee club collection) 

4020 
© Feb. 14, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
558129 ; E. C. Schirmer music co., 
Boston. 

Glory to Thee, my God, this night ; 

two-part song, words by Bishop Ken, 
music by C. Gounod, arr. by Paul 
Bliss tof U. S.] ; women's voices. 4to. 

4021 
© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; 
E 558503; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [© arrangement] 

■ Lend me your aid; recit and air, 

from Irene, La reine de Saba, words 
by Henry Farnie, music by C. Gou- 
nod, arr. by Ernest Newton [of Great 
Britain] ; ten. and bar. 4022 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 5; E 
556671; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. [© arrangement] 

■ Scene from Faust; by Gounod, 

arr. by George Rosey [of U. S.] ; 
orch. Rosey' s ed. New York, George 
Rosey pub. co. 4to. 4023 

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
560975 ; G. M. Rosenberg, New York. 

Unfold, ye portals ; three-part 

song, from The redemption, by C. 
Gounod, arr. by Paul Bliss tof U. S.] ; 
female voices. 4to. 4024 

© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558501; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. [© arrangement] 

Grace, grace, grace ; words and melody 

by A. R. Schooler [of U. S.], arr. 

by Romo Falk tof U. S.i 4025 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; E 558126; 

A. R. Schooler, Cleveland. ■ 

Graded lessons eor violin ; by Louis J. 
Bostelmann [of U. S.] ; piano or vio- 
lin ace, with words, bk. 1. (Goth- 
am edition no. 31) 4026 
© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 27; E 
561217; Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. 



Graded violin course; by Rudolf 

Luks rof U. S.i op. 9. bk. 1. 4027 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan.. 

22; A 692996; A. S. Barnes & co., 

New York. 

Graduation time; words by- Mrs. C. 
P. Latta, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
tof U. S.], arr. by Theo. G. Beach 
tof U. Sj 4028' 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560620; 
Mrs. C. P. Latta, Minneapolis. 

Grand-daddy, you're the grandest 

daddy oe all; words by Chas. Tobias, 

melody by L. Breau [of U. S.] 4029 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 558283; 

Louis Breau, New York. 

Grand (The) eagle; march, bv George 
V. Lembo and H. C. Miller rof 
U. S.i; band. 4to. 4030 

© Mar. 7, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 8; E 
558453; H. C. Miller, Parkesburg, 
Pa. 

Grand Eantasia ; long, long ago, by H. 
Round, arr. by H. Prendiville, rev. by 
M. L. Lake tof U. S.i ; military band. 
4to. 4031 

© Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
555622; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on revised ar- 
rangement] 

Grand Rapids, a good peace to live in ; 
words and music by J. Kolenda and" 
F. Jaskiewicz [of U. S.], arr. by 
Dan Ball rof U. S.i 4032 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
558428 ; Joseph Kolenda and Francis 
Jaskiewicz, Grand Rapids. 

Grande marche in E elat; by A. E- 
Spring [of U. S.] op. 1, no. 1 ; piano. 

4033 
© Mar. 22, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 31 ; E 
559043; Anna E. Spring, Chicago. 

Grandmother eorever; words by H.. 

Moore, melodv by Arnold T. Lax 

[of U. S.] 4034 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1923; E 558190; 

Harry Moore, Columbus, O. 

Grannie; words by Ralph Stanley, 
music by Leslie Alleyn rof Great 
Britain] [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] 4035' 
© Mar. 28, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 30; E 
557060; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Grasshoppers' dance; by W. D. Arm- 
strong tof U. S.] ; piano. (Five na- 
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4053 



© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558506; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Gratitude; a romance, by Wm. Chas. 

Schoenfeld [of U. S.] ; piano. 4037 

© Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 27; E 

558885 ; Photo play music co., inc., 

New York. 

Gray dawn; a study, by J. H. Hande 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [Blue print] 4038 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560364; 
John Hallward Hande, Baltimore. 

Great (The) home coming; words by 

Katherine A. Grimes, music by G. 

F. Rosche f of U. S.i 4039 

© Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 29; E 

561245; Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

Great (The) white way blues; 

words and music by Phil Napoleon 

and Frank Signorelli [of U. S.i 4040 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 2; E 

560447; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

Green (A) cornfield; words by Chris- 
tina Rossetti, music by Michael 
Head [of Great Britain] " 4041 

© Mar. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557106; Boosey & co., London. 

Growth of the soul ; words and music 
by E. M. Miller [0 f U. S.j Sedalia, 
Mo., A. W. Perry's sons. 4042 

© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
560967; Estella Moul Miller, Green- 
ville, O. 

Guardian (The) angel; words and 
music by Olive Linnell [i. e. Olive 

. Herbert, of England] London, War- 
ren & Phillips. 4043 
© Dec. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1923; 
E 551283; Olive Herbert, Redhill, 
England. 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Handel's 
sonata in G minor ; by G. F. Handel, 
arr. by James William Slatter [of 
Great Britain] ; violoncello and piano. 

4044 
© Mar. 9, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 26; E 
557048; Schott & co., London. [© 
arrangement] 

■ Hallelujah, amen; from Judas 

Maccabaeus, four-part chorus, by G. 
F. Handel, arr. by Archibald T. 
Davison [of U. S.i ; men's voices. 
4to. (Concord series, no. 38: Har- 
vard university glee club collection) 

4045 



© Feb. 14, 1923 ; 1 c. Feb. 19; E 
558130 ; E. C. Schirmer music co., 
Boston. 

Largo; by G. F. Handel, arr. and 

transcribed by Carlos Salzedo [of 
France, domiciled at New York] ; 
harp. 4046 

© Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; E 
561188; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

■ Let their celestial concerts all 

unite ; from Samson, four-part 
chorus, by Georg Friedrich Handel, 
arr. by Archibald T. Davison [of 
U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. (Concord 
series, no. 39 : Harvard university 
glee club collection) 4047 

© Feb. 14, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
558131 ; E. C. Schirmer music co., 
Boston. 

Variations on a ground bass; 

from Concerto no. 5 in G minor, 
second set, by Handel, arr. from the 
full sc. by R. W r alker Robson [of 
Great Britain] ; organ. Paxton's ed. 
obi. 4to. (Paxton's organ library) 

4048 
© Feb. 17, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556474; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Hail! glorious day; anthem for Eas- 
ter, words by Marion Roberts, music 
by R. M. Stults [of U. Sj; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Hall-Mack co.'s Eas- 
ter anthems, no. 317) 4049 
© Feb. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558549; Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 

Hall-Mack co/s Easter classics, no. 
10: words by C. Austin Miles and 
others, music by Alfred Judson and 
others [of U. &]. 12mo. 4050 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558546; Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 

Hallowe'en ; by Cecil Burleigh rof 
U. S.] op. 1, no. 2; piano. - 4051 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560487; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Hande (John Hallward) Air; by 

J. H. Hande [of U. S.] ; piano. [Blue 

print] 4052 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560361; 

John Hallward Hande, Baltimore. 

Happy days ; suite, by Phil Martin [of 

England] ; violin and piano with 'cello 

ad lib. 4053 

© Mar. 27. 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 

557070; Phil Martin, London. 



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Happy hours (Horas felices) ; by R. 
Streabbog, ed. by Henry S. Sawyer 
tcf U. S.] ; piano. (Pieces for young 
students, no. 985) 4054 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923 ; 
E 560537 ; McKinley music co., Chi- 
cago, r© editing] 

Happy (The;) wanderer; by Adolf Jen- 
sen, op. 17, no. 2, ed. by C. C. Birch- 
ard & co. rof U. S.], orchestrated by 
Louis Adolphe Coerne ; orch., con- 
ductor's sc. (Laurel school orchestra, 
grade 2, no. 2) 4055 

© Feb. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
560590; C. C. Birchard & co., Bos- 
ton. © arrangement] 

Hark, the nightly church bEle ; eve- 
ning hymn, words by E. H. Bicker- 
steth, music by Lee G. Kratz [of 
U. S.] ; in F. (Octavo anthems, twelfth 
series, no. 584) 4056 

© Feb. 14, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
558117; Fillmore bros. co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Harlequin ; gavotte, by J. S. Unger 

rof U. S.] op. 30 ; piano. Reading, 

Pa., J. S. Unger music house. 4057 

© Alar. 28, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; E 

558896 ; J. S. Unger, Reading, Pa. 

Harmony (The) blues ; words and 
melodv by J. E. Aldridge [of U. S.] 

4058 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ;_E 558322; 
James Elleswerth Aldridge, New 
York. 

Harms modern moving picture music; 
collection of new ideas, by William 
Schroeder rof U. S.] ; piano or organ. 

4059 
© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560472; Harms, inc., New York. 

HashkivEjnu; words from the Talmud, 
music by Savel Kwartin rof Russia, 
domiciled at Brooklyn] pts. 1, 2. 

4060 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1923; E 558481; 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender co., New 
York. 

Haste thee, haste thee; two-part 
song, words by John Milton, music 
by Harold E. Watts tof Great Britain] ; 
sop. 1 and 2, in D. (Year book press 
series of unison and part songs, edited 
by Martin Akerman, no. 210) [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] 4061 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 27; E 
556777 ; H. F. W. Deane & sons, Year 
book press, ltd., London. 



Haunting waltz ; by F. Schiavone tof 
U. S.] ; instrumental. 4062 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1923; E 558941; 
Florian Schiavone, Atlas, Pa. 

Have paith, ye saints ; sacred song, 
words by B. Auerbach, music" by A. C. 
Lund and Bert Auerbach tof U. S.] 

4063 

© Mar. 12, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; E 

558531 ; Lyric music corp., New York. 

Have to have a chum ; words and 

music by P. H. Hale tof U. S.l, arr. 

by Carl Zerse tof U. S.] 4064 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 558852; 

Philip Henry Hale, St. Louis, Mo. 

Hawaian lament; fox trot shimmy, 
by Tom Waltham tof England], arr. 
by G. Smet tof France] ; piano. Paris, 
Almar-Marvis. London, Dix. 4065 
© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551857; Lorette, Paris. 

Hawkes & son's simplicity instruc- 
tion books ; the accordion or melodion, 
compiled bv Hawkes & son tof Eng- 
land] 4066 
© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 12; E 
551688; Hawkes & son, London. 

Haydn (Franz JosEP) Le petit Haydn; 
12 petites pieces, par J. Haydn, revi- 
sion par H. Vaillant rof France] ; 
piano. Lyon, France, Janin freres. 
(Petit pianiste) 4067 

© Nov. 13, 1922; 1 c. Nov. 25; E 
556345 ; J. Janin, Lyon, France, t© 
revision] 

Finale from Symphony in C ; by 

Joseph Haydn, ed. by Adam Carse 
rof Great Britain] ; four-part string 
orch. with piano conductor. (Amateur 
orchestra, no. 5) 4068 

© Feb. 21, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 8; E 
556779; Joseph Williams, ltd., Lon- 
don, t© arrangement and editing] 

Theme and variations; by J. Haydn, 

arr. and transcribed by Carlos Sal- 
zedo rof France, domiciled at New 
York] ; harp. 4069 

© Alar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; E 
561189; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

He calleth lor THEE; words by Pearl 
Mackenzie Kennedy, music by E. M. 
P. Boyd rof Canada] 4070 

© Feb. 28, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 5; E 
556672; Anglo-Canadian music co., 
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4088 



He careth ; words and music by L. G. 

Simpson [of U. S.i 4071 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 

E 560992; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

He careth for me ; words and music by 

Scott Lawrence [of U. S.] 4072 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 

E 561002; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

He died for me; words by James Rowe, 
music by G. E. Yinaroff [of U. S.] 

4073 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 

E 560995; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

He does it all in love; words and 
music by Haldor Lillenas tof U. S.] 

4074 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

560572; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 

He had something I ain't got, to steal 
my SWEETIE Erom ME ; slow drag fox 
trot, words by Sam Rosenbaum, music 
by Ray McNamara tof U. S.i 4075 
© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; 
E 561179; A. J. Stasny music co., inc., 
New York. 

He in tears that soweth ; from A 
song of victory, by Ferdinand Hiller, 
arr. by Paul Bliss tof U. S.i ; sop. 
solo and chorus of female voices. 4to. 

4076 
© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; 
E 558499 ; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. [© arrangement] 

He's a wild max when it comes to 
playin' jazz; words and music by 
Cliff Friend, Jean Schwartz and Louis 
Gress tof U. S.] 4077 

' © Mar. 1, 1923: 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
560652 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

He's nothin' to you but, he's my 
medicine man ; words by Bud Dixon, 
music bv Rexie Thomas tof U. S.] 

4078 
© Mar. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 27; 
E 558879; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

He used to sing in his sleep, now he's 
sleeping alone; corned}- fox-trot song, 
words and music by Wynn Stanley 
and Andrew Allen tof Great Britain] ; 
in B flat. [Staff and tonic sol-fa no- 
tations] 4079 
© Feb. 15, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 16; E 
556742; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 



He wants not friends that hath Thy 
love ; anthem for general use, words 
by R. Baxter, music by Geoffrey Shaw 
[of England] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Novello's octavo anthems, no. 1102) 

4080 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 16; 

E 556372 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Headin' home; words by Billy Rose, 
melody by Maceo Pinkard [of U. S.t 

4081 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923; E 558735; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Hsart-ereaking ; melody - lamento, by 

Jascha Gurewich rof U. S.] ; saxophone 

solo with piano ace. 4082 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 2; E 

560448; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

Heart (A) there was for you; words 
and music by T. A. Dorsev [of U. S.] 

4083 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; E 558124; 
Thomas Andrew Dorsey, Chicago. 

Hearts and heroes ; song march, words 
by Ned Britten, music by J. Kiefer 
[of U. S.], arr. Harrv Lincoln tof 
U. S.] " 4084 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; E 558125; 
Joseph Kiefer, Philadelphia. 

Heavenly dreams; words by Elsie Janet 
French, melody arr. from Faure, by 
H. W. Fairbank tpf U. S.i ; women's 
voices. (Ma3 r festival choruses for 
women's voices, no. 85) 4085 

© Mar. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; 
E 561191; H. W. Fairbank pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Heav'nly Father, take me home with 
Thee; to the music of Call me back 
pal o' mine, words by Elizabeth 
Canty, music by Harold Dixon [of 
U. S.] ; medium voice. 4086 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
560716; Dixon-Lane music pub: co., 
Chicago. 

Heavy villainous [and] Dramatic agi- 
tato con moto: compiled and arr. by 
Ernst Luz [of U. S.] ; piano and orcri. 
(Incidental symphonies, no. 14) 4087 
© Mar. 7, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 9: E 
560737: Photo nlav music co., New* 
York. ' 

HebridEan legend ; by Edgar Barratt 
[of England] ; violin and pf. 4088 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 28; E 
556774; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 



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Hedjaz ; fox trot ou shimmy, par Harry 
Morrison, arr. par Hans Ourdine [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. 4089 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 10; 
E 556440 ; L. Philippo, Paris. [© ar- 
rangement] 

Hello dearie, hello; words by George 
Bowles, music bv Lucien Denni rof 
U. S.i 4090 

© Mar. 22, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; 
E 558666; J. W. Jenkins sons music 
co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Hello Jackie; words by A. Gerber, 
melody by Jack Egan [of U. S.] 

4091 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; E 560930; 
Alex Gerber, New York. 

Hello sweet lady; words and music 
by Bob Carleton [of U. S.i, arr. by 
J^ M. Cuthbert rof U. S.i ; piano with 
words. 4092 

© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1923; E 560866; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

Hence care ; three-part song, words 
anon., music by Frank Bridge [of 
Great Britain] ; treble voices. 4to. 

4093 

© Feb. 14, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 5; E 
556694; Augener, ltd., London. 

Her eyes are stars; words and music 
by Hilda Willett [of Great Britain] 

4094 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; E 
556748; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

HER love letters; romance, by John 
Ansell tof Great Britain] ; piano. 

4095 
© Feb. 9, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 24; E 
556762; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Her name is Rose O'Neal; words by 
F. Gardner, music by Arnold T. Lax 
[of U. S.] New York, Manhattan 
music co. 4096 

© Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; 
E 561299; Fred Gardner, Scituate 
• Center, Mass. 

Hesse (Guillaume) 1200 exercices 
• pratiques des doigts (1200 practical 
finger exercises) ; by Guillaume 
Hesse tof Netherland] ; violoncelle. 

4097 
© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 2; E 
556674; Seyffardt's muziek-handel, 
Amsterdam, Netherland. 



HEUT' KONNT' EINER SEIN GLTJCK BEl 

mir machen ; walzerlied, aus der 
operette Madame Pompadour, von 
Rudolph Schanzer und Ernest We- 
lisch, musik von Leo Fall tof Aus- 
tria], arr. von Otto Lindemann [of Ger- 
manyi , 4098 

© Nov. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556569 ; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Hills and dales; tone picture, by Wil- 
liam Stacey tof Great Britain] ; 
piano. Svdney, Australia, W. H. Pal- 
ing & co.," ltd. 4099 
© Jan. 8, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 14; E 
556349 ; A. Hammond & co., London. 

Hilo Bay; Hawaiian waltz, words by 

A. Barrington, music by Clarence J. 

Koch [of U. S.]; sop. and alto. 4100 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1923; E 558457; 

Arthur Barrington, Philadelphia. 

His grace abounded more; words by 

T. O. Chisholm, music by Henry P. 

Morton tof U. S.i 4101 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

561023; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

His matchless love; words by W. O. 
Blount, music by Clara Lee Rivers 
cof U. S.] 8vo. 4102 

© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
560971; William Oscar Bloumt, 
Marks, Miss. 

Homage a' Rameau; by Debussy, ed. 
by McNair Ilgenfritz tof U. S.i, 
played by Paul Van Katwijk. (Solo 
carola hand played record, no. 74757) 
[Music roll] 4103 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
558390; Cable co„ Chicago. i© 
editing] 

Home ; words by Billy Fazioli, music 
by Ray Klages mf U. S.i 4104 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; E 558222; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

• words by Ray Klages, music by 

Billy Fazioli tof U. S.] 4105 

© Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 22; E 
558803; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

Home dearest home in old In-di-an- 
NEE; words and music by Paul 
Dresser [of U. S.] Invincible ed. 

4106 
© Feb. 16, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 20; E 
558170; Invincible music co., inc., 
New York. 



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4127 



Home (The) I can't eorget; words 
by T. J. Powell, music by Everett 
J. Evans [of U. S.i Invincible ed. 
New York, Invincible music co., inc. 

4107 

© Mar. 2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560495; Thomas J. Powell, Fulton, 
O. 

Home (The) I was to share; words 

by L. V. Longueville, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.i 4108 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; E 560419; 

Louisa V. Longueville, Dubuque, la. 

Home town blues; words and music 
bv J. A'Dair [of U. S.] 4109 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560642; 
Jeanne A'Dair, Los Angeles. 

Homeless (The) one; words and 
music by Chas. H. Gabriel tof U. S.i 

4110 
© Mar. 29. 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
561033; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Honegger (Arthur) Sonate; par A. 
Honegger tof France] ; pour piano et 
violoncelle. no. 1-3. 4111 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556255 ; Editions de la Sirene, Paris. 

Honey ; from Go-go ; words by Alex 
Rogers, melody by C. Luckveth Rob- 
erts tof U. S.i 4112 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560377; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Honey girl; words by G. E. Hassmer 

and Richard Emschwiler, music by 

G. E. Hassmer [of U. S.i 4113 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1923; E 559058; 

Gerald Edward Hassmer, Lawrence- 

. burg, Ind. 

Honey in the roses ; waltz, words and 

music by Zeb. Seybold iof U. S-] ; orch. 

New York, Frank Harding. 4114 

© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 23; 

E 558800 ; Zebediah Seybold, Ada, Okl. 

Honey moon ; waltz, words by A. E. 
Long, music by Richard S. Long tof 
U. S.i, arr. by Wm. Held [of U. S.i 

4115 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1923; E 561401; 
Amos E. Long, Philadelphia. 

Honeymoon time; waltz, by William F. 
Caesar and Irving Weill, arr. by Louis 
Katzman [of U. S.] ; orch. with words. 
4to. 4116 

© Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; E 
560901; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [© arrangement] 



■ ■ words and music by William F. 

Caesar and Irving Weill, arr. by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.i 4to. (Wit- 
mark edition, no. 1610-1612) 1. Female 
voices. — 2. Male voices. — <3. Mixed 
voices. 4117-4119 

© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 26; 
E 561166-561168; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [© new arrangement] 

Hong Kong; fox trot, words by E. 
Limchin, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton tof U. S.] 4120 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558717; 
E. Limchin, Cristobal, Canal Zone. 

Hoose (The) on the brae, hamb tae 
me; words and music by Montague 
iof Great Britain] 4121 



© Mar. 



1923; 1 c. Mar. 



E 557019; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Hope on ; duet, words and music by 
Caroline L. Sumner tof U. S.i ; sop. 
and contralto or baritone, with violin 
obbl. Boston, C. W. Thompson & co. 

4122 

© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

558433 ; C. L. Sumner, Norwood, N. Y. 

Hop-la ; two step, par Ciro Urbini [of 

Italy] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 

4to. 4123 

© Jan. 12, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; 

E 556260; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

piano. • 4124 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551914; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

House (The), across the way; words 
by J. E. Love, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington tof U. S.] 4125 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558709; 
Jennie E. Love, Bozeman, Mont. 

House (The) where there are no 
children ; words and melodv bv L. R. 
Ayers tof U. S.i 4126 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1923; E 558377; 
Lenard Richard Ayers, Fitzsimons, 
Col. 

How I miss you no one knows ; words 
by G. M. Tidd, music by Earl Mc- 
Cullough and G. M. Tidd tof U. S.i 

4127 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 31; 

E 558972; G. M. Tidd, Columbus, O. 



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HOW LONG SHALL THE WICKED TRIUMPH? 

words from Psalm 94, music by J. B. 
Herbert [of U. S.] {In Scripture 
song) 4128 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558207; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 111. 

How wonderful; words by E. G. W. 
Weslev, music by Chas. H. Gabriel tof 
U. S.i 4129 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 
E 560991 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 
[© new matter] 

Hugging tight; fox-trot, words and 
music by Ernest Longstaffe [of Eng- 
land] 4130 
© Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 12; 
E 551678; Arthur Wilcock, London. 

Hui.a dreams ; words by J. Will Cal- 
lahan, music by Lee S. Roberts [of 
U. S.i 4131 

© Jan. 16, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558211; Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 

HumorEsquE; by I. Cross [of U. S-], 
arr. by Royal Flint tof U. S.i ; piano. 

4132 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 558845; 
Inez Cross, Palo Alto, Calif. 

Hungry (The) sea; words by John 

Oxcnham, music by Eustace Phillan 

Lof Great Britain] 4133 

© Feb. 12, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 7; E 

556714; Boosey & co., London. 

Hunting song; words by Walter Scott, 
music by Frances McCollin tof U. S.i ; 
men's voices. (Octavo series, no. 
465) 4134 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 31; E 
559016; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Hush oe the world; words by Max- 
well Struthers Burt, music by How- 
ard Barlow [of U. S-] ; high voice, 
in C. 4135 

© Mar. 9, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; E 
558469 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
i© arrangement] 

Hymn to the good ShEpard; words by 
Amy Howard Wales Bullock, music 
by j. Kershaw rof U. S.i 4136 

© Mar. 2. 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
560688; Joseph Kershaw, Ogdensburg, 
N. Y. 



Hymns Eor the living age; services, 
responsive readings, etc., selected and 
arr. by Henry Hallam Saunderson and 

OKQ 



others, ed. bv Henry Augustine Smith 
[of U. S.] 4to. 4137 

© Mar. 7, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 14; aff. 
Mar. 20; A 696868; Century co., 
New York. 

[ always have a glass of milk before 
I go To bed ; words and music by 
Dudley Powell [of Great Britain] 

4138 

© Feb. 7, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 19; E 

556390; Cecil Lennox & co., London. 

1 am a coming, mother; words by 

T. L. Loux, music by H. Richard tof 

U. S.i 4139 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1923; E 560854; 

Theodore Loux, Sayre, Pa. 

I am coming back To Jesus ; words by- 
Alfred Barratt, music by James M. 
Black tof U. S.i 4140 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
561029; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

I AM JUST WONDERING ALL THE WHILE; 

words and melody by P. G. Bradley 
[of U. S.], arr. by Arnold T. Lax 
[of U. S.] 4141 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; E 558184; 
P. G. Bradley, Avon, N. Y. 

I AM LONESOME AND ALL ALONE; Words 

by D. Gray [i. e. D. N. Gray], melody 
bv William F. Thellman [of U. S.i 

4142 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 560538; 
David Nathaniel Gray, Pittsburgh. 

I AM STANDING BY THE GATE, MAY ; 

words by H. H. Hoffman, music by 
Everett J. Evans [of U. S.i Invinci- 
ble ed. New York, Invincible music 
co., inc. 4143 

© Mar. 2, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 3 ; E 
560492; H. H. Hoffman, Detroit. 

I AM THY GOD AND THOU ART CHILD OE 

Mine; sacred duet, words and music 
by Caro Roma tof U. S.i ; ten. or 
sop. and bar. or alto, in E flat. 4144 
© Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; E 
560914; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [© new arrangement] 

I AM WAITING EOR MY CHANGE TO COME 

along ; words by M. Webster, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.i 

4145 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558729; 
Mose Webster, Mobile. 

I beltEvE; words by Pearl Williams, 
music by W. A. Post [of U. S.i 

4146 
© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
561034; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



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p.o. 4, 1923 



4164 



I came to your gardex ; words by John 
Rendall. music by Marjorie Kent [of 
England] ; in E flat. 4147 

© Mar. 27, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557073; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 

I can't be satisfied; words and music 

by A. M. Nachbar tof U. S.], arr. by 

Harry H. Alford [of U. S.] 4148 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1923; E 560739; 

Abraham Marshall Nachbar, Chicago. 

I can's forget; from Campus frolics, 
words and music by E. J. Hansen [c f 
U. S.] Los Angeles, Calif., Varsity 
club U. S. C. 4149 

© Mar. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 27; E 
558863 ; Edgar Joseph Hansen, Los 
Angeles. 

I can't forget you; words by Sam 

Lewis and Joe Young, music by Harry 

Akst rof U. S.] 4150 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923; E 558677; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Same. 4151 

© Apr. 4, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; E 
559091 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

I can't Forgive and Eorget; words by 
Hal Billinsfs, music by Joseph Mever 
[of U. S.i 4152 

© Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 9; E 
558480; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

I can't seem to eove my hubby any 
more ; words by D. D. Foley, music 
by Herman A. Hummel [of U. S.i 

4153 

© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; E 

•559144; Donald D. Foley, Detroit. 

I CRIED EOR YOU, NOW IT'S YOUR TURN 

to cry over me ; words by Arthur 
Freed, music by Gus Arnheim and 
Abe Ionian tof U. S.i 4154 

© Mar. 16, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 22; E 
558781 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 
Francisco. 

I'd be contented with you ; words and 
music by W. R. Williams tof U. S.] 

4155 
© Mar. 5, 1923: 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
560654; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

I'D GIVE A EOT TO KNOW JUST WHAT 
THAT SWEET SWEET MAMMA'S GOT; 

words by B. Glason, melody by M. 
Rubens, arr. by M. Rubens and B. 
Glason L of U. S.i 4156 



© 1 c. Mar. 30; 1923; E 561304; 
Maurie Rubens and Billy Glason, 
New York. 

I'd eove to have ya eove me ale the 
time; fox trot, words by Gus Kahn 
and Sidney Clare, music by Henry 
Santly [of U. S.i, arr. by Wm. Schulz 
[of U. S.i ; orch. Feist ed. 4to. 

4157 
© Mar. 30, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 31 ; E 
561310; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[© arrangement] 

I don't know why; words and music 

by Johnnie Barclay, Johnnie O'Brien 

and Jimmy Rule "cof U. S.] 4158 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 2; E 

560444; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

I FOUND MY WAY TO HEAVEN, WHEN I 
FOUND MY WAY TO YOUR HEART; fox 

trot ballad, words by H. Hudnall, 
melodv bv Jack Vincent [of U. S.] 

4159 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1923; E 560747; 

Huling Hudnall, Charleston, W. Va. 

I GOT EVERYTHING A WOMAN NEED TO 
MAKE A GOOD MAN FAEE ; words and 

melody by S. S. Miller [of U. S.] 

4160 
© 1 c, Mar. 28, 1923; E 558948; 
Stanley S. Miller, Baltimore. 

I got the beues; words by G. W. Ek, 

music by Herman Dubois [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.i 4161 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558946; 

Gust. Wm. Ek, Debs, Minn. 

I had a garden ; ballad, words and 
music by James Stanley Royce [of 
U. S.] ; sop. or ten. and mezzo sop. 
or bar. with, violin obbl., in E flat. 
(Cupid's garden, no. 4) 4162 

© Mar. 13, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 14; E 
560871 ; Vandersloot music pub. co., 
Williamsport, Pa. [© arrangement] 

I have a rendezvous ; f rom The 
naughty Diana, words by Cyrus 
Wood, music by Willy Engel-Berger 
tof Germany] op. 135. 4163 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 20; E 
560287; Harms, inc., New York. 

1 HEARD THE VOICE OF JESUS SAY ; words 

from the Church hymnal, music by 
J. H. Williams tof U. S.] ; organ ace. 

4164 
© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; E 
560800; John H. Williams,' Green- 
ville, S. C. 



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4165 



pt. tii, n. s. 



18 



I JUST WANT A DADDY, I CAN CALL MY 

own; words, and music by T. A. 
Dorsey [of U. S.i 4165 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1923; E 560715; 
Thomas Andrew Dorsey, Chicago. 

I JUST WONDER WHAT YOU MEAN J 

words by A. Klugow, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington iof U. S.j 4166 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558998; 
Alfred Klugow, Turtle Lake, Wis. 

I know A garden | words by Anne Mc- 

Cormick, music by Pvatharine Barry 

[of Great Britain]; in B flat. 4167 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 12; E 

551682; Reeder & Walsh, London. 

I KNOW I'VE BEEN MORE THAN A EOOL ; 

words and music by Dick Rowland 
iof U. S.i 4168 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
558272 ; Lawrence Henry music co., 
Brooklyn. 

I eike THEM all; fox trot, words by 
Louis Press, music by D. Carroz- 
zini [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] 4169 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; E 558175; 
Dante Carrozzini, New York. 

Fee go to seeEp thinking oe you; 

words and melody by A. W. Black 

[of U. S.] 4170 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; E 560960; 

Alva William Black, San Francisco. 

Tee have to teee you sometime so it 
might as WELE BE now ; words and 
melody by L. Stroud tof U. S.i, arr. 
by Harry P. Guy [of U. S.] 4171 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; E 558891; 
Lynn Stroud, Detroit. 

Fee keep on dreaming, untie my 
dreams ael come true; words by Leo 
Wood, melody by Earnest Cutting and 
Harry Archer rof U. S-], arr. by 
Harrv Archer. 4172 

© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923; E 559033; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

I'll say good morning where the 
morning glories grow ; words by 
Alex Gerber, music by Jean Schwartz 
tof U. S.i 4173 

© Mar. 9, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; 
E 560889; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

I'll tell my lovE in springtime; words 
and music bv I. C. Rodgers tof U. S-] 

4174 



© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; E 560815;' 
Irene Chealy Rodgers, Seattle. 



I'll tell the world; ballad, words by 

Lionel Rothery, music by Valentine 

Watson [of England] 4175 

© Jan. 3, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 19; E 

556393 ; Dix, ltd., London. 

I'll tell you why; can't you see I'm 
in love with you, words by Benny 
Davis, music by Abner Silver, arr. by 
Geo. J. Trinkaus tof U. S.] 4to. 
(Witmark edition, no. 1605, 1606) 
1. Female voices. — 2. Mixed voices. 

4176,4177 
© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 26: 
E 561169, 561170; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York, i© new arrangement] 

I long To speak to you ; proposing 
waltz, words and music by H. J. Han- 
sen tof Denmark, domiciled at Racine, 
Wis.] 4178 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; E 560816; 
Hans Johannes Hansen, Racine, Wis. 

I love Him more and more; words by 

Maud Hulit, music by Haldor Lillenas 

rof U. S.i 4179 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

560553; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 

I love, thou lovest; from Jack and Jill, 
words by A. Barratt and John Murray 
Anderson, music bv Augustus Barratt 
tof U. S.i 4180 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; 
E 561274; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

I love you; words by A. C. Randazzo, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.i 

4181 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558684; 
Anthony Carl Randazzo, Fredonia, 
N. Y. 

I love, — just you; words and music by 
J. H. Hande [of U. S.] [Blue print] 

4182 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560369; 
John Hallward Hande, Baltimore. 

I'm a harmony baby ; words and music 
by Blanche Merrill, Harry De Costa, 
M. K. Jerome and Fred Rich tof U. S.i 

4183 
© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
558271 ; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. 

I'm boss oe the shimmie gang; words 
and melody by W. Benton Overstreet 
tof U. S.] 4184 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; E 561203; 
Clarence Williams music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 



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4203 



I'm broke fooling with you ; words by 
H. Esmere, music by G. Butts [of 
Great Britain, domiciled at Philadel- 
phia] 4185 
© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; E 561201; 
Hulbert Esmere and George Butts, 
Philadelphia. 

I'm calling for you; words by Mrs. 
L. A. Walton, music by H. Richard 
tof U. S.i 4186 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923; E 558333; 
Mrs. Laurence A. Walton, Browning, 
111. 

I'm dreaming dreams oe you; words by 
James Boone, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. 4187 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558227; James Boone, Louisville, Ky. 

I'm eeeung better; fox trot, words and 
melody by S. P. Farber tof U. S.i, arr. 
bv Richard Shoemaker, jr. tof U. S.i 

4188 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1923; E 558465; 
Samuel Phillip Farber, New York. 

I'm glad it's oyer now ; words by Sam 

Ward, music by Gladys Taylor tof 

U. S.] 4189 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558807; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

I'm going back to California; words 
and music by W. C. Watson [of 
U. S.] 4190 

© Feb. 17, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
558279 ; William C. Watson, San Fran- 
cisco. 

I'm going back to Dixie in the morn- 
ing ; words by C. W. Lawson, melody 

• by Herman Dubois [pseud, of Ethel 

Fisher, of U. S.i 4191 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; E 560397; 

Clarence W. Lawson, Grand Valley, 

Canada. 

I'm going to hop, skip and jump into 
my mammy's arms; words and mel- 
ody by Harry Pease, Ed. G. Nelson 
and Irving M. Bibo [of U. S.i, arr. 
by E. G. Nelson. 4192 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; E 560946; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

I'm in love with the girlie next door; 
words and music by H. E. Cochran 
tof U. S.], arr. by Vern Elliott [of 
U. S.i 4193 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 558312; 
H. E. Cochran, Los Angeles. 



I'm just wild about Harry; from 
Shuffle along, words and music by 
Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake, arr. 
by Geo. J. Trinkaus tof U. S.] 4to. 
(Witmark edition, no. 1507, 1508) 
1. Female voices. — 2. Mixed voices. 
4194, 4195 
© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 
26; E 561162, 561163; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. [© new arrange- 
ment] 

I'm lonesome for you dear old pal; 
words and music by Ethel and Billy 
Ritchie [of U. S.i ' 4196 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; 
E 560526; McKinley music co., Chi- 
cago. 

I'm lonesome just For you; words by 
L. Marx, music bv G. Johnston [of 
U. S.i 4197 

© Mar. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 22; E 
558897; Gertrude Johnston and Leo 
Marx, Granite City, 111. 

■ words by R. R. Rolph, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington tof U. S.] 

4198 

© 1 c. Mar. 22. 1923; E 558690; 

Robert Raymond Rolph, New York. 

I'm longing for someone; words by 
I. Schneider, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 4199 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558989; 
Irving Schneider, New York. 

I'm longing for the folks and home; 
words and music by H. B. Temple 
and Alwyn P-. Barnes [of U. S.] 
Invincible ed. New York, Invinci- 
ble music co., inc. 4200 
© Mar. 16, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 17; 
E 558633; Henry B. Temple, La 
Grange, Ga. 

I'm losing you; words by King Zany 
tpseud. of Jack Dill], music by Roy 
Ingraham [of U. S.] 4201 

. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; E 561116; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

I'm making believe that you love 

me; words and melody bv L. Darling 

[of U. S.] 4202 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 558853; 

Lake Darling, Hollywood, Calif. 

I'm not so sure about that; words 
by C. E. Slider and Harry G. Scho- 
enlaub, music bv C. E. Slider [of 
U. S.i 4203 

© Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 14; 
E 560870; Clifford E. Slider, New 
Albany, Ind. 



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4204 



pt. in,n. s., v. 18 



I'm on my way; words by H. E. Coff- 
man, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. 4204 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558232; Helen E. Coffman, Gales- 
burg, 111. 

I'm pining for the shining of the 
sunshine oE your heart; words by 
W. A. Wagner, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] 4205 

© 1 c. Mar. 22 ?> 1923; E 558727; 
W. A. Wagner, Chicago. 

I'M SORRY I TREATED YOU SO MEAN; 

words by J. R. Dichter, music by Lee 
Wainer t of U. S.] 4206 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; E 561243; 
Lee Wainer and Jack R. Dichter, 
Philadelphia. 

I met Molly; words by N. Miller, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.i 4207 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558732; 

Nell Miller, Everson, Wash. 

I MET YOU TN DREAMLAND J words by 

C. C. Perkins, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.i 4208 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558994; 
Cora C. Perkins, Lenoir, N. C. 

I might! duet, words by Ronald Jeans, 
music by Philip Braham tof England] 

4209 
© Mar. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 28; E 
557075; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 

I NEVER BROKE NOBODY'S HEART WHEN I 

said good-bye; words by Alfred 
Bryan, music by Leon Flatow and 
Albert Gumble [of U. S.] 4210 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; 
E 561282; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

I PROMISED NOT TO HOLLOW, BUT HEY, 

HEY; words and melody by Johnny 
Dunn [of U. S.], arr. by H. Qualli 
Clark tof U. S.i 4211 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1923; E 561397; 
Johnny Dunn, New York. 

I RATHER EOX TROT THAN WAETZ ; mel- 
ody by Otto Motzan and Pete Wend- 
ling [of U. S.i 4212 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1923; E 560711; 
Barney Abramowitz, New York. 



I REMEMBER, BUT I WISH I COULD EOR- 

OET ; words by Allan Flynn, melodv by 
F. Madden tof U. S.i ' 4213 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; E 558181; 
Franklin Madden, New York. 

I remember, I remember ; . words by 
Thomas Hood, music bv M. Gold tof 
U. S.i 4214 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1923 ; E 560696 ; Mat- 
thew Gold, Bayonne, N. J. 

I sing oe you; words and music by 

Bertha Weber tof U. S.i 4215 

© Mar. 6, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 8; E 

560729; Schroeder & Gunther, New 

York. 

I STOLE YOU TROM SOMEONE EESE AND 
SOMEBODY STOLE YOU EROM ME; Words 

and music by Roy Fox and Jack Lax 
[of U. S.] 4216 

© Feb. 17, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
558278; Grantier-Bryant music pub. 
co., Los Angeles. 

I TRIED TO CAPTURE YOUR HEART ; words 

and music by D. F. Marcus tof U. S.i, 
arr. by Mornay Helm [of U. S.] 

4217 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1923; E 560741; 
David Frank Marcus, New York. 

I USED TO LOVE TO GO DANCING, BUT NOW 

I go dancing To lovE ; words and 
melody by Harry Pease, Howard 
Johnson and Ed. G. Nelson tof U. S.i, 
arr. by H. Pease. 4218 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560469; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

I'vE been a tool; words by Will Fred- 
eric, melody by Albert Holmer tof 
U. S.i 4219 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; E 561260; 
Will Frederic music pub. co., Minneap- 
olis. 

I'VE GOT ANOTHER LOVIN' MAMMA, CALL- 

. in' me baddy now ; words and music 
bv Lou Herscher and Joe Burke [of 
U. S.i 4220 

© Dec. 29, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1923; 
E 560385 ; A. J. Stasny music co., inc., 
New York. 

I've got dEm bootlegging blues ; words 

and melody by T. Delaney [of U. S.], 

arr. by Mark Welch [of U. S.i 4221 

© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1923; E 559110: 

Tom Delanev, Baltimore. 



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4240 



I've got some wayward love, eor a 
wayward man ; or, Tilo, words and 
music by Shepard N. Edmonds [of 
U. S.i 4222 

© Mar. 27, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 26 ; E 
561180; Shepard N. Edmonds music 
pub. co., New York. 

I've got the midnight blues; words 
and melodv by I. G. and Clarence 
Williams [bf U. S.i, arr. by C. Wil- 
liams. 4223 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560372; 
Irene G. Williams, New York. 

I've got the prohibition blues ; words 

by T. F. Joyce, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington tof U. S.] 4224 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558721; 

James F. Joyce, Philadelphia. 

FvE GOT those shouting blues ; melody, 
by G. F. Baquet tof U. S.], arr. by 
Ellis Howard Revnolds [of U. S.] 

4225 
©I.e. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558796; 
George F. Baquet, Philadelphia. 

I've got you and you've got me; words 
by Lew Brown, melody by Mary Earl 
[pseud, of Robert A. King] and Ray 
Henderson [of U. S.i, arr. by Ed. 
Morbach, jr. [of U. S.i 4226 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; E 561103; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

I've waited; waltz ballad, words and 
music bv Bert Auerbach tof U. S.i 

4227 

© Mar. 12, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; E 

■ 558528 ; Lyric music corp., New York. 

I wanna baby ; words and music by 
W. W. Frank rof U. S.i, arr. by Vern 
Elliott rof U. S.i 4228 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; E 560892; 
Willard W. Frank, % Postmaster, 
San Francisco. 

I WANT A LITTLE MOUNTAIN HOME UP 

in GenESEE; words and melody by 

L. Feingold tof U. S.i 4229 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; E 561207; 
Lipa Feingold, Denver. 

I want a pretty girl; from Jack and 
Jill, words by Otto Harbach, music 
by Wm. Daly [of U. S.] 4230 

*© Mar. 29, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 30 ; E 
561273 ; Jerome II. Remick & co., 
New York. 



want a sheik ; words by R. M. Jones, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.1 4231 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558986; 
Ruth M. Jones, Omaha, Neb. 

WANT ALL OE YOU ALL OE THE TIME, 

nobody ELSE will do ; words and music 

by H. C. Oblinger [of U. S.i 4232 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1923; E 558463; 

Harry C. Oblinger, Kansas City, Mo. 

WANT MY LIFE TO TELL EOR JESUS ; 

words and music by Haldor Lillenas 

[of U. S.i 4233 

©_Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

560558 ; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 

want to dance; words by I. E. (Ted) 
Price, melody by William E. Arnold 
rof U. S.], arr. by Herman A. Hummel 
tof U. S.] 4234 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1923; E 560742; Ira 
E. Price, Cleveland. 

WANT TO GO BACK TO CAROLINA ; words 

by G. F. Rankin, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington tof U. S.] 4235 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558990; 

Graham F. Rankin, Wilmington, N. C. 

wonder ; duet, words by Ronald Jeans, 
music by Philip Braham [of England] 

4236 
© Mar. 21, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 22; 
E 557023; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 

wonder IE; words and music by G. A. 
Mclntyre [of U. S.i, arr. by Louis La 
Rondelle rof Great Britian, domiciled at 
Los Angelesi 4237 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1923 ; E. 558494 ; 
Gertrude Axman Mclntyre, Los An- 
geles. 

wonder ie I'll meet her in heaven? 
words by A. Car, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. tof U. S.i, arr. by Theo. G. Beach 
rof U. S.i - 4238 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560618; 
Albert Car, Philadelphia. 

WONDER WHAT I'VE DONE TO YOU; 

words and melodv by W. Simpson [of 
U. S.i, arr. by H. Qualli Clark rof 
U. S.i 4239 

©1 c. Mar. 15, 1923; E 558602; 
William Simpson, New York. 

wonder. who; waltz ballad, words and 
music by B. B. Westerhofr rof U. S.i 

4240 
© Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; E 
559151; Ben B. Westerhofr", Ottumwa, 
la. 



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4241 



pt. m, n. s., v. 18 



Ich bleib dir TREu; shimmy-fox, aus 
der schwank-operette, Die tolle Lola, 
text von Gustav Kadelburg und Ar- 
thur Rebner, musik von Hugo Hirsch 
tof German^'], klav. arr. v. Otto Linde- 
mann rof Germany] 4241 

© Sept. 2, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
E 556605 ; Drei-masken verlag, a. g\, 
Berlin. 

Ich gEi arois; song of the little bird, 
English version by Constance Ramsay 
Gideon, music arr. by Henry Gideon 
tof U. S.] (In From the cradel to the 
chuppe, v. 1) 4242 

© Mar. 23, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; 
E 561233; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Ich muss hbut' nacht bEtrunken 
SEtn ; schwipstrot, text von Hans 
Pflanzer, musik von Theo. A. Korner 
[of Germany], klav. arr. v. Otto Linde- 
mann [of Germany] 4243 

© Nov. 7, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556568 ; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Ich such' ein hubsches eraulein ; fox 
trot, worte von Will Steinberg, musik 
von Kurt Zorlig tof Germany], klav. 
arr. von Otto Lindemann tof Germany] 

4244 
© Sept. 5, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
E 556610; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Ich weiss du liEbst mich nicht! lied 
und shimmy-foxtrot, worte von Egon 
Schubert, musik von Theo. A. Korner 
rof Germany], klav. arr. v. Otto Linde- 
mann tof Germany] 4245 
© Sept. 7, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556595 ; Drei-marken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Ich weiss ein entzuckendes nachtlo- 
kae; aus New York-Berlin, text von 
Fritz Friedmann-Frederich u. Robert 
Bodanzky, musik von Rudolph Nelson 
rof Berlin], klavier arr. v. Otto Linde- 
mann tof Germany] 4246 
© Sept. 22, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556559; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Ich weiss ein nachtlokal, mit einer 
nische; text von Rudolf Diamant, 
musik von Robert Stolz tof Austria] op. 
381. 4247 

© Jan. 19, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556594; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 



Idaho, I don't know why I miss you 
so; words by Ralph Stanley, music by 
Leslie Alleyn [of Great Britain] (Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations) 4248 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 7; E 
556788; B. Feldman & co., -London. 

Ideal (The) music book, no. 18; 12 
popular pieces, arr. by Frederic Mullen 
tof Great Britain] ; piano. 4249 

© Mar. 5, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 7; E 
556787; B. Feldman & co., London. 
[© arrangement] 

Ie Ever I fall in love again ; words by 

E. B. Price, melody by Casper Nathan 

[of U. S.] 4250 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; E 560957; 

Ernest B. Price, San Francisco. 

Ie I could live over again; words by 
Earl Johnston and John A. Ricca, 
melody bv F. Ciccia tof Italy, domiciled 
at New York] 4251 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; E 558888; 
Frank Ciccia and Charles D'Amico, 
New York. 

Ie I die, let me die eor love; words 

and music by W. P. Saunders [of 

U. S.] 4252 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; E 560424; 

William Philip Saunders, Cleveland. 

Ie I had this whole wide world I'd 
give it all Eor you; words by F. D. 
Hord, music by J. F. Roberts, [of 
U. S.] New York, Manhattan music 
co. 4253 

© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
558282; F. D. Hord, Church Hill, 
Tenn. 

IE I knew; words and music by J. M. 

Dungan [of U. S.<] 4254 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

560578; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 

IE I KNEW YOU THEN AS I KNOW YOU 

now; words by Lew Brown and 
Billy Joyce, melody by James F. 
Hanley [of U. S.i, arr. by Eugene 
Platzman [of U. S.i 4255 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; E 560958; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Ie I only had my way; words and 
melody by L. Darling [of U. S.] 

4256 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1923; E 558461; 
Lake Darling, Hollywood, Calif. 



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no. 4, 1923 



4273 



If i took you back again; words by 
Laura V. Moore, melody by Al Kay 
rpseud. of Al Koppel, of U. S.i, arr. 
by Geo. R. Holman tof U. S.i 

4257 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1923; E 560733; 
Fred. A. Smith, New York. 

IF I WERE A BUTTEREEY AND YOU WERE 

a ROSE ; words and music by Mae 
Basto [i. e. M. L. Basto, of U. S.i 

4258 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1923; E 558373; 
Mae Louise Basto, New York. 

If Rip Van Winkee had seept untie 
nineteen twenty-Two; words by J. 
CMsen, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. .S.i New York, World music 
pub. corp. 4259 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558239; Jack Olsen, San Francisco. 

If she but knew; words by Greville 
E. Matheson, music by Francis 
Thorns [of Great Britain] ; in B flat. 

4260 
© Jan. 17, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 5; E 
556522; A. Weekes & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

If she does or doesn't; words by M. 
A. Krasovic, music by Arnold T. 
Lax tof U. S.] New York, Man- 
hattan music co. 4261 
© Feb. 25, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558545; Martin A. Krasovic, Steel- 
ton, Pa. 

IF the moon ; words by James 
Stephens, music by Henry C. ff. 
Castleman tof Great Britain] ; me- 
dium voice. (Two moon songs, no. 
1) 4262 

© Feb. 20, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
558268; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

If we could see beyond today ; words 
and music by Lee S. Roberts [of 
U. S.] (In Little songs of opti- 
mism) 4263 
© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 28; E 
558925 ; Forster, music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 

If we WERE to say goodbye; waltz bal- 
lad, words and melody by W. B. 
Harris [of U. S.i 4264 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1923; E 558458; 
W. B. Harris, Seattle. 

If you don't, I know who wiee; 
words and melody by Chris Smith, 
Tim Brymn and Clarence Williams 
[of U. S.], arr. by C. Williams. 

4265 



© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1923: E 560749; 
Clarence Williams music pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

If you go, you'ee come back, by and 
by; fox trot, by Henry Creamer and 
Lew Pollack, arr. by Geo. J. Trin- 
kaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch. with 
words, in F. 4to. 4266 

© Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; E 
560902; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York, t© new arrangement] 

If you'ee be a cave-man's wife : words 
bv E. L. Cushman, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] 4267 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558983; 
Elsie L. Cushman, Dorrington,; 
Wash. 

If you'el be a eovin' daddy to me ; 
words by Ingra J. Miller and G. V. 
Sutton, music by Everett J. Evans 
[of U. S.] Invincible ed. New 
York, Invincible music co., inc. 4268 
© Mar. 2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560497; Geo. V. Sutton, Champaign, 
111. 

If you want to reach heaven, you 
gotta stop raisin' heee here belo' ; 
words b}' C. A. Wicklund, music by 
Everett J. Evans [of U. S.] Invinci- 
ble ed. New York, Invincible music 
co., inc. 4269 

© Mar. 2, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560493; C. A. Wicklund, Independ- 
ence, Ky. 

Ie s'degonFlE : fox-trot chante, paroles 
de Henry Moreau et Plebus, musique 
de Harold de Bozi [of France] Paris, 
Almar-Margis. 4270 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feh. 9, 1923; 
E 556295 ;. G. Lorette, Paris. 

Ieeinois ; fox trot, words and melody 
by E. A. Priebe [of U. S.] 4271 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923 ; E 560841 ; 
Ernest Adolph Priebe, Meriden, 
Conn. 

Impromptu rET] Humoresque; par Jean 

Strauwen [of France] ; violoncelle et 

piano. 4272 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 

556264; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

In a quaint old fashioned cottage 
by the SEa; fox trot, words by Zoa 
Burnight. music by Jack Stanley [of 
U. S.], Richmond arr. 4273 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; E 560950; 
Zoa Burnight, Los Angeles. 



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4274 



pt. ni,n. s.. v. IS* 



IN BERLIN AUE DEM KuREURSTENDAMM ; 

vortragslied, text und musik von Willy 
Prager tof Germanyi 4274 

© Dec. 8, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
E 556622 ; Drei-masken verlag, a. g\, 
Berlin. 

In Brittany; words by E. V. Lucas, 

music by Arthur Baynon [of Great 

Britaim ; in D. 4275 

© Jan. 17, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 5; E 

556523 ; A. Weekes & co., ltd., London. 

In danceland with you; words and 
melody by G. F. Baquet rof U. S.], 
arr. by Ellis Howard Reynolds tof 
U. S.] 4276 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1923; E 558949; 
George F. Baquet, Philadelphia. 

In dejr bar del Alhambra; lied und 
schotis espanol, text von Arthur Reb- 
ner, musik von Leo Ascher tof Aus- 
tria] 4277 
© Sept. 2, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556611; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

In der bar, heute nacht um halb 
zehn ; bummelfoxtrot, worte von Kurt 
Robitschek, musik von Ludwig Fried- 
mann rof Germanyi 4278 

© July 3. 1921; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556548 ; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

In fair Hawaii ; words and music bv 

Melba Wirth rof U. S.i 4279 

© Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 9; E 

558479 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York. 

In His loving hand; words and music 

by M. Dunlop rof U. S.] 4280 

© Mar. 16, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; E 

558665; Merrill Dunlop, Oak Park, 

111. 

In His steps ; words by R. R. Hall, 
music by F. A. Challinor rof Great 
Britain] ; two-part choir of treble 
voices. 4to. (Bay ley & Ferguson's 
festival music, no. 113) [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] 4281 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 15; E 
556368 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glasgow. 

In Hollywood; words by J. B. Mac- 
Connico, music by J. B. MacConnico 
and Harvey Thomas tof U. S.], arr. 
by William P. Helm rof U. S.i 4282 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; E 560500; 
Tohn Bartlett MacConnico, Glen Mills, 
Pa. 



In June; words by Raymond B. Egan, 
music by Richard A. Whiting tof 
U. S.i 4283 

© Mar. 20, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; E 
561302; Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. 

In London town ; unison song, words 
by Hugh Chesterman, music by Stan- 
ley Marchant rof England] 4to. 
(School music review, Mar., 1923) 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

4284 
© Mar. 15, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 16; E 
556903; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

In merry harvest time; by Walter 
Rolfe tof U. S.] ; piano. 4285 

© Apr. 6, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 10; E 
561560; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

In my castle of wonderful dreams; 

words bv C. J. Snebold, melody bv 

Arnold f . Lax [of U. S.i 4286 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; E 558185; 

C. J. Snebold, Natrona, Pa. 

In my dreams; words by H. Smith, 
melody by Arnold T. Lax tof U. S.i 

4287 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560650; 
Hiram Smith, Marion, Mass. 

In my garden ; words and music by 
Geo. Roberts rof U. S-] ; high, in F. 

4288 

© Mar. 9. 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; E 

558471 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

In our parlor on a Sunday night; 
words by Benton Ley, music by Lee 
David, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus tof 
U. S.i 4to. (Witmark edition, no. 
1625, 1626) 1. Female voices. — 2. 
Male voices. 4289, 4290 

© Mar. 8. 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 16; 
E 560903, 560904; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York, r© new arrange- 
ment] 

In perfect peace; words by T. O. 
Chisholm, music by Henry P. Mor- 
ton tof U. S.i 4291 
© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 
E 561005; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

In springtime; serenade, by Franz Kal- 
bert tof U. S.] ; piano. Boston, W. 
B. Hasey & co. (Melodious teach- 
ing pieces) 4292 
© Feb. 21, 1923: 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558241; W. B. Hasey, Boston. 



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1923 



4312 



In that great getting up morning ; 
negro spiritual, collected and harmo- 
nized by K. L. Smith tof U. S-i, ed. by 
Stanley R. Avery ; mixed voices. 4293 
© Mar. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; E 
561182; Katherine L. Smith, Minne- 
apolis. 

In the End oe the Sabbath; anthem 
for Easter, words from St. Matthew's 
gospel, music b} r R. M. Stults tof 



U. 



mixed voices. 4to. (Hall- 



Mack co's Easter anthems, no. 318) 

4294 
© Feb. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; 
E 558550; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

In the garden oe our God ; sacred song, 
words and music by B. H. Doty [of 
U. S.i, arr. hv Blanche Northrup. 

4295 
© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; 
E 558160; B. H. Doty, Traverse City, 
Mich. 

In the land oe my dreams; words and 
melodv by W. D. Rivers tof U. S.i arr. 
by David Peyton [of U. S.] ; in B flat. 

4296 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1923; E 561403; 
William Douglas Rivers, Chicago. 

In the eand oe the goeden poppies ; 

words by G. Kobida, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington rof U. S.i 4297 

© 1 c.Mar. 31, 1923; E 558982; 

Geo. Kobida, Santa Barbara, Calif. 

In the land where olEanpers and 
dogwood blossoms grcav; words by 
C. M. King, music by Glen Snelgrove 
. [of U. S.] 4298 

© Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; E 
559154; Carrie May King, New Or- 
leans. 

In the Lord be strong ; words by Char- 
lotte G. Homer, music bv Chas. H. 
Gabriel tof U. S.i 4299 

i © Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 
E 561012 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

In the moonlight waltz with you ; 
words and music bv W. C. Traher rof 
Canada] 4300 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1923; E 558491; 
Wilfred Charles Traher, London, On- 
tario, Canada. 

In the summer-time we'll have the 
wedding; words by H. M. Peavey, 
melodv by Doris Peavev rof U. S.i 

4301 



© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558772; 
Hollis M. Peavey, St. Paul. 

In the sweet bye and bye, just you 
and I ; words by N. Pearson, music 
by C. Teague [of U. S.i Fortland, Or., 
Arrow pub. co. " 4302 

© Mar. 9, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 17; E 
558644; Cecil Teague, Portland, Ore. 

In thoughts oe you ; ballad, words and 
music bv p. Haeussler tof U. S.i 4303 
© l'c. Mar. 2, 1923; E 558382; 
Paul Haeussler, Brooklyn. 

In violet time; words- by C. E. Eck, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington rof U. S.i 

4304 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558978; 
Chas. E. Eck, Silverton, Canada. 

In 1925; words and music by E. B. 
Knowlton tof U. S.i Vocal sc. 4305 
© 1 c. Dec. 5, 1921; E 524730; 
E Bruce Knowlton, Portland, Or. 

Inconstancy; words by Henry J. True- 
man, music by Frederick Stevenson 
tof U. S.] op. 35 1. Low voices. — 
2. High voice. 4306,4307 

© Apr. 6, 1923; 2 c. each Apr. 10; 
E 561551, 561552; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Indian love song ; words by Charles O. 
Roos and Juanita E. Ross, music by 
Homer Grmm tof U. S.i 4308 

© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; 
E560656 ; Southern California music 
co., Los Angeles.- 

Indian lullaby ; words by Sarah 
Grames Clark, music by Ira B. Wilson 
rof U. S.i; sop., alto and bass. (Lo- 
renz's two-part, three-part and four- 
part choruses, no. 7005) 4to. 4309 
© Feb. 2D, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 31; 
E 559036 ; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Indian moon; from Go-go; words by 
Alex Rogers, melodv bv C. Luckveth 
Roberts tof U. S.i "4310 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560375; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co. ; inc., New 
York. 

Indian (The) runner; by Florence 
Goldsmith Bernstein [of U. S.] ; piano. 

4311 

© Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; 

E 561318; Hatch music co., New York. 

InghELBRECHT (D. E.) Nocturne; par 

D. E. Inghelbrecht [of France] ; vio- 

loncelle et piano. 4312 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551874; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 



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4313 



pt. ni,n. s., v. 18" 



Ingeese (L') b ie cocchiere; words 

bv Francesco Amodio, music by A. 

Amato tof U. S.] 4313 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; E 561255; 

Alfredo Amato, New York. 

Innocent eonesome beue baby; words 
by Clifford Grey, music by George 
Gershwin [of U. S.] London [etc.], 
Chappell & co., ltd. 4314 

© Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 30; E 
561306; Harms, inc., New York. 

Interlude (An) ; words by Helen 
Taylor, music by Easthope Martin 
[of Great Britain] ; in D. (Three 
more songs of the fair, no. 2) 4315 
© June 14, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1923; 
E 556458; Enoch & sons, London. 

Intermezzo eyrico; by Gustave Fer- 
rari, arr. by Alfred Moffat [of Great 
Britain] ; violin and piano. 4316 

© Jan. 29, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556463 ; Augener, ltd., London. [© 
arrangement] 

Introduction (An) to Jewish music 
in eight ieeustrated lectures ; by 
A. Irma Cohon [of U. S.] 4to. 

4317 
© Feb. 8, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
21; A 698366; Council of Jewish 
women, Chicago. 

Introductory opening eor a bureesque 

or musicae comedy; words and 

music by H. Hall [of U. S.i 4318 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1923; E 558379; 

Hallie Hall, Conneaut, O. 

Invitation to the dance; by Weber, 
ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], 
played by Ivan Kerouak. (Recordo, 
no. 67320) [Music roll] 4319 

© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 5; E 
558405; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [© editing] 

Ireland must be a garden ie you are 
a wied irish rose; fox trot, by Bert 
Rule, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus tof 
U. S.] ; vocal orch. in B flat, with 
words. 4to. 4320 

© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 26; E 
561171; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [© new arrangement] 

Irish airs ; arr. by Joseph Schofield 
and Harry Joseph O'Brien [of Great 
Britain] ; violoncello and piano. Con- 
tents : 1. Erin the tear and the 
smile. — 2. My lodging is on the cold 
ground. — 3. Rich and rare. — 4. Cruis- 
keen lawn. — 5. Irish lament. 4321 



© Mar. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 26; E 
557044; Schott & co., London. [© 
arrangement] 

Irish eyes; words by Charles S. Wil- 
liams, music by Clarence B. Leon- 
ard tof U. S.] 4322 
©1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; E 558120; 
Williams and Leonard, Watervliet, 
N. Y. 

Irish hearts wait Eor me; words by 
D. Oman, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
tof U. S.], arr. by Theo. G. Beach 
tof U. S.i 4323 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560615;; 
David Oman, Toronto, Canada. 

Irish eassie o' mine; melody, by L. 
Haberly [of U. S.i 4324 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923; E 558671; 
Lylas Haberly, San Francisco. 

Is it weee with your soue; words and 
music bv Haldor Lillenas [of U. S.] 

432S 
© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560588; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati- 
Is THERE IN YOUR HEART ANY EOVE EOR 

me; words by Nell Drake, music by 
J. F. Roberts [of U. S.i New York, 
N. Y., Manhattan music co. 4326 
© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
558281; Nell Drake, Kendallville,, 
Ind. 

Iseand (The) king; selection, by 
Harold Garstin, arr. by Dan God- 
frey tof Great Britain] ; full mili- 
tary band, with conductor. (Chap- 
pell's army journal, no. 503) 4327 
© Feb. 6, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 15; E 
556744; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
t© arrangement] 

Iseand oE dreams; words by A. S. 
Herzog, melody by R. .Sauer tof 
U. S.] 4328- 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1923; E 559053; 
Arthur S. Herzog and Robert Sauer,, 
New York. 

IseE oE NOWHERE; words and music by 
J. A'Dair [of U. S.] 4329^ 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1923; E 560641; 
Jeanne A'Dair, Los Angeles. 

Isroee CE tach ; words from the Tal- 
mud, music by Savel Kwartin [of 
Russia, domiciled at Brooklyn] 4330 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; E 560509; 
Brunswick-Balke-Collendar co., New 
York. 



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no. 4, 1923 



4349 



It is God's way; words by J. W. Car- 
penter, music by Chas. H. Gabriel 
tof U. S.] 4331 

© Mar. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560586; Standard pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 

It's a funny old world after all; 
words and music by R. Murray tof 
U. S.], arr. by Amos M. White; 
piano, with words. 4332 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; E 560837; 
Richard Murray, New Orleans. 

It's home To me; by Eugene Eock- 
hart, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkhaus [of 
U. S.] ; vocal orch. with words, in 
F. 4to. 4333 

© Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 16; E 
560905; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [© new arrangement] 

It's lonesome in blue bird land ; waltz 
ballad, words by George A. Norton, 
music by Hal A. Campbell [of U. S-] 
Tucson, Ariz., George A. Norton. 

4334 
© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
560706; Norton & Campbell, Los 
Angeles. 

It singeth low in every heart; words 
adapted and music by B. V. Qaines 
tof U. S.] ; with violin and cello obbl. 
Los Angeles, Calif., Gaines pub. co. 

4335 
© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 28; 
E 559099; Berenice Van Loan Gaines, 
Los Angeles. 

It takes a long time to get 'em, but 

YOU CAN LOSE 'EM OVER NIGHT | Words 

and music by B. Smvthe [of U. S.i 

4336 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; E 560512; 
Billy Smythe, Louisville. 

Italian love song ; paraphrase on O sol 
mio, with additional original move- 
ments, by A. Teres tof U. S.] op. 55 ; 
piano. 4337 

© Dec. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Mar. 22, 1923 ; 
E 558791; Albert Teres, New York. 
[© new matter] 

J'n'ai plus d'poele; paroles de Albert 

Willemetz et G. Arnould, misique de 

Maurice Yvain tof France] 4338 

© Dec. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 

E 556249; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Japanese moon ; fox trot, by Leon 
Straten [of Francei ; piano. 4339 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923 ; 
E 551879; G. Lorette, Paris. 



Java (La) ; d'En douce, musique de 
Maurice Yvain tof France] 1. Piano 
et chant ; paroles de Albert Willemetz 
et Jacques-Charles. — 2. Piano seui. 

4340, 4341 
© Dec. 31, 1922;- 1 c. each Feb. 9, 
1923; E 556314, 556315; Francis Sala- 
bert, Paris. 

JavanEsa ; an oriental portrait, by C. B. 
Fanning rof U. S.i ; piano. 4342 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; E 558314; 
Carrie Belle Farthing, Houston. 

Jazz band blues ; words and melody by 
Vaughn de Leath [pseud, of L. von 
de Lieth. of U. S.] and W. L. Haeusler, 
jr. [of U. S.i 4343 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; E 558188; 
Leonore von der Lieth and Wm. 
Haeusler, jr., Newark, N. J. 

Jazzolao ; fox trot blues, words by Bud 

Hagner, melody by Jack Vincent [of 

U. S.] 4344 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; E 561215; 

Bud Hagner, Dubuque, la. 

Jede landpartie hat mal Ein endE; 
aus revue Wir steh'n verkehrt, text 
von Theobold Tiger, musik von Ru- 
dolph Nelson tof Germany], arr. von 
Otto Lindemann tof Germany] 4345 
© Nov. 8. 1922; 1 c. Feb. .28, 1923; 
E 556540; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Jenny ; song fox trot, by Jack Hilton 
i of Great Britain]; orch. 4to. (Chap- 
pell & co.'s orchestral journal no. 908: 
Chappell & co.'s salon orchestral jour- 
nal no. 205) 4346 
© Feb. 16, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 2; E 
556769; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
[© arrangement] ■ 

Jepson (Harry Benjamin) Etude; by 

H. B. Jepson tof U. S.] ; organ, obi. 

8vo. 4347 

© Mar. 14, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

560963; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Jesus Christ is risen to-day; proces- 
sional carol for Easter, words by Tate 
and Brady, music arr. by J. Fletcher 
tof U. S.] 4348 

© Mar. 28, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 29; E 
561265 ; Joseph Fletcher, Ridgefield 
Park, N. J. 

Jesus is all you need ; words by Mrs. 

C. D. Martin, music by T. B. Mos- 

ley tof U. S.i 4349 

© Mar. 29, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 19 ; E 

560986; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



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Jesus is my friend; words and music 
by H. E. Bright [0 f U. S.] 4350 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 
561025; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Jesus lover oe my soul; words from 
Church hymnal, music by J. H. Wil- 
liams tof U. S.i ; sop. and contralto, 
in E flat, organ ace. 4351 

© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; E 
560799 ; John H. Williams, Greenville, 
S. C. 

Jesus needs you where you are; words 
and music by F. Clark Perry tof U. S.i 

4352 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 

E 561004 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Jesus redeemed me; words and music 

by Haldor Lillenas [of U. S.j 4353 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

560580 ; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 

Jesus will be with me; words by 

M. S. Brown, music bv S. B. Jackson 

tof U. S.] 4354 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 

E 560977; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Jismecho c'malchuscho; words from 
the Talmud, music by Savel Kwartin 
tof Russia, domiciled at Brooklyn] 

4355 
© l'c. Mar. 10, 1923; E 558483; 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender co., New 
York. 

JohansEn (David Monrad) To port- 
raetter fra middelalderen ; af D. M. 
Johansen [of Norway] op. 8 ; piano. 
(Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 2277) 
Contents : 1. Fruga Ermelin. — 2. Stein- 
finn Fefinnson. 4356 

© Feb. 3, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 26; E 
556528; Wilhelm Hansen, Copenhagen. 

JoiE (La) de viyre! caprice, par Anton 

Vodorinski rof Great Britain] op. 33; 

piano. 4357 

© Jan. 8, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 14; E 

556353 ; A. Hammond & co., London. 

Joltes (Les) chosEs; paroles de Georges 

Arnould, musique de Maurice Roget 

tof France] 4358 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 24; 

E 556780 ; Enoch & co., Paris. 

Jolly Jack Frost (Alegre duende de 
invierno) ; polka, by J. S. Fearis, ed. 
by Henry S. Sawyer [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(McKinley world-famous edition, se- 
ries 1, no. 1068) 4359 



© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1923; 
E 560531; McKinley music co., Chi- 
cago. [© editing] 

Jolly tars ; part-song, words by Marion 
Roberts, music by R. M. .Stutts [of 
U. S.] ; sop. alto and bass. 4to. 4360 
© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 
560475; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Jose ; waltz, by Alfred Honey [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. 4361 
© Mar. 9, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 12; 
E 556798; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 

JosEE, ach Josef; aus der operette, Ma- 
dame Pompadour, text von Rudolph 
Schanzer, musik von Leo Fall tof 
Austria], klavier arr. v. Otto Linde- 
mann tof Germany] 4362 

© Sept. 5, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
E 556601 ; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Josephine; words and music by J. W. 

Rehor rof U. S.], arr. by Harry P. 

Guy tof U. S.i 4363 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1923; E 558121; 

John W. Rehor, Salt Lake City. 

Joshua; part-song, words by R. D. 
WaVe, music by G. W. Chadwick [of 
U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. 4364 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; 
E 558150; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[© arrangement] 

Joy aeter sorrow; cantata, by Ira B. 

Wilson, arr. by Chas. L. Lewis [of 

U. S.i ; orch. pts. 4365 

© Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 27; E 

560474 ; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Easter cantata, for the use of church 

choirs, text by Edith Sanford Tillotson, 
music by Ira B. Wilson [of U, S.] 4to. 

4366 
© Jan. 13, 1923 ; 2 c. and aff . Feb. 
27; A 701108; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

Joy (The) set before us; words by 
Jennie Wilson, music by Haldor Lil- 
lenas [of U. S.] ; bass solo and chorus. 

4367 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 3; E 

560575 ; Standard pub. co., Cincinati. 

Joyeux trottins ; morceau de genre, 

par G. Bailly r_of France] ; orch. avec 

piano-conducteur. 4to. 4368 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 13; 

E 556861; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 



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4386 



Joyful Eastertide: graded Easter serv- 
ice, by Fred B. Holton [of U. S.i 8vo. 

4369 

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
27; A 701109; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

Joyful (A) harvest; words from Psalm 
126, music by J. B. Herbert tof U. S.i 
(In Scripture songs) 4370 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; 
E 558198; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 
111. 

Joyizers; words and melody by Mother 
Stoner and W. S. Stoner, jr. [of 
U. S.] 8vo. New York city, World 
Joyize movement. 4371 

© Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
E 558917; Winifred Sackville Stoner, 
New York. 

Joytime; service for Christmas, word? 
by various, music by various com- 
posers, [compiler of U. S.] 8vo. 

4372 

© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
12, 1923; A 699601 ; Heidelberg press, 
Philadelphia. 

Jubilant Eastertide; an original serv- 
ice for Easter, words by Elsie Dun- 
can Yale, music by J. Lincoln- Hall 
and Clyde Willard [of U. S.i 12mo. 

4373 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558553; Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 

June and December; words by H. O. 
O., music by Addison F. Andrews [of 
U. S.i 4374 

© Mar. 3, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 
.560673; Theo. Pre.sser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Junetime is spoontime; words by F. 

E Keim, melody by Wendell P. Sey- 

bolt tof U. S.i 4375 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1923; E 559055; 

F. Edward Keim, Glendale, N. Y. 

Junior high school; words and music 
by Frank J. Kiernan [of U. S.i, arr. 
E. W i 1 s o n. (Cover-title : Ho- 
boken junior high school) 4376 

© Feb. 9, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 
558118; Hoboken junior high school, 
Hoboken, N. J. 

Just a feather from the wings of 
an angel; fox trot ballad, words 
and music by Jimmie Shea and Eli 
Dawson tof U. S.i 4377 



© Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 3; E 
559057; Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. 

Just a little bit of dreaming; words 
bv Raymond B. Egan, music by Rich- 
ard A. Whiting [of U. S.i 4378 
© Mar. 29, 1923;" 2 c. Mar. 30; E 
561284; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Just a little dreamy waltz refrain; 

words and music bv W. Klotz tof 

U. S.i 4379 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; E 561241; 

Walter Klotz, Atlantic City. 

Just a little lovin' now and then; 

words and music bv I. C. Rodgers 

tof U. S.i 4380 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; E 560814; 

Irene Chealy Rodgers, Seattle. 

Just a slip of a girl; words by Ron- 
ald Jeans, music by Philip Braham 
to-f England] 4381 

© Mar. 27, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557071; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 

Just a tiny ray of sunshine; words 
and music by Grace Porterfield Polk, 
arr. by Howard D. McKinney [of 
U. S.i ; men's voices. (Choruses in 
Fischer ed. 
4382 
Apr. 4; E 
New York. 



octavo form, no. 5239) 



© Apr. 3, 1923: 2 c. 
561392 ; J. Fischer & bro. 
t© arrangement] 

Just a-hoppin'; words and music by 

H. N. Worst tof U. S.] 4383 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923..; E 560888; 

Helen Noble Worst, Wallingford, 

Pa. 

Just an old fashioned mother; 
words and music by J. W. Mitchell 
tof U. S.] 4384 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1923; E 560738; 
Tames William Mitchell, Mound 
City, Mo. 

Just beyond; words by Georgia Till- 
man Sneed, music by Emma Acklev 

. Miller [of U. S.i 4385 

© Mar. 29, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 19 ; E 
561011 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Just hold up your head, and throw 
out your chest, look the world 
straight in the eye ; words bv J. D. 
Critchfield, music by E. S. S." Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 4386 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923 ; E 558728 ; J. 
D. Critchfield, Canton, O. 



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Just uke a bird; words by P. Gray, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington rof 

U. S.i 4387 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558999; 

P. Gray, Toronto, Canada. 

Just like a THiEE; fox-trot, ballad, 
words by Worton David, music by 
Horatio Nicholls [of Great Britain] ; 
in F. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tion] 4388 
© Feb. 15, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 16; E 
556741 ; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 

Just eike a woman ; words and music 

bv Grace Haskins and Milt Hagen 

[6f U. S.] 4389 

© Mar. 21, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 22; E 

558916; Veritas pub. co., New York. 

Just eonging; words and music by 
W. B. McLeod [of U. S.i 4390 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1923; E 558380; 
William B. McLeod, Minneapolis. 

Just one more chance; fox trot bal- 
lad, words by Jack Rose, music by 
Jimmy Steiger [of Great Britain] ; 
in F. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tion] 4391 
© Feb. 23, 1923; I.e. Feb. 28; £, 
556768 ; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 

Just one night; words by J. Bloch, 

melody by Sol. Hirsch [of U. S.i, arr. 

by George Briegel tof U. S.] 4392 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; E 561261; 

Jay Bloch, Brooklyn. 

(Nur eine nacht) ; waltz, by Oscar 

Geiger. arr. by J. Gravelle rof U. S.i ; 
orch. 4to. 4393 

© Mar. 24, 1923 ; 2 c. Mar. 27 ; E 
558881 ; Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. [© arrangement] 

Just one touch ; words and music by 
G. E. Bonney [of U. S.i 4394 

© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; E 
560798; Gerald Emery Bonney, Wi- 
nona Lake, Ind. 

Just to kiss my mammy's eips once 

more; words by H. Smith, melody by 

Arnold T. Lax tof U. S.i 4395 

© 1 c. Mar. 5,_ 1923; E 560649; 

Hiram Smith, Marion, Mass. 

Just to-day; words by D. F. Marcus, 
music by D. F. Marcus and Jean 
Kenny rof U. S.]. arr. by Mornav 
Helm rof U. S.i 4396 

© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; E 560740; 
David Frank Marcus, New York. 



Just you ; . words and music by A. 
Stromberg rof U. S.i Invincible ed. 
New York, Invincible music co., inc. 

4397 
© Mar. 16, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 17; E 
558631 ; Arvid Stromberg, Ogden, 
Utah. 

Kaddisch ; melodie hebraique, de Mau- 
rice Ravel, transcription par A. Ziloti 
rof France] ; piano. 4398 

© Dec. 28, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923; 
E 556273 ; Durand et cie., Paris, r© 
transcription] 

Kaeakua ; Hawaiian fox trot-serenade, 
Deutscher text von Harry Waldan, 
musik von Henry Richards rof Ger- 
many] Ed. Roehr. Berlin, Roehr 
verlag. a. g. (Edition Uvag, no. 154) 

4399 
© Nov. 30, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1923; 
E 556360; Universum verlag, a. g., 
Basil, Switzerland. 

Kallarask ; melodv by A. Schwartz rof 
U. S.] 4400 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; E 558357; 
Abe Schwartz, New York. 

Katydids' minuet; by W. D. Arm- 
strong rof U. S.] ; piano. (Five nature 
sketches) 4401 

© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558508; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Keep a-shining on siev'ry moon ; 

words and music by L. J. Burcay 

rof U. S.] 4402 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 17; E 

558431 ; E. F. Vaupell, Chicago. 

Keep on goin'; words by J. R. Dichter, 

music by L. Wainer rof U. S.] 4403 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; E 561242; 

Lee Wainer, and Jack R, Dichter, 

Philadelphia. 

Keep on trusting God ; words by Flor- 
ence E. Marshall, music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel, jr. t of U. S.] 4404 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 
E 560998 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Keep on whisteing; fox trot, words 
and music by Jack Lane rof Great 
Britain] (Staff and tonic sol-fa no- 
tations) 4405 
© Feb. 26, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 9; E 
556793 ; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 



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4423 



KEEP SWEET- and sing ; words by Eben 
E. Rexford, music by Lee S. Roberts 
rof U. S.i {In Little songs of op- 
timism) 4406 
© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 28; E 
558927; Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 

"Keep the joy bells ringing; words by 

Mrs. M. S. Smith, music by Haldor 

Lillenas rof U. S.i 4407 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 

560561 ; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 

Keeps on a-rainin' ; words and music 
by Spencer Williams and Max Kort- 
lander [of U. S.], arr. by J. Russell 
Robinson tof U. S.] 4408 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 55882.7; 
Clarence Williams music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

Kentucky moon ; waltz song, words and 
music by Will C. Thomas tof U. S.], 
arr. bv Anson C. Jacobs tof U. S.] 

4409 
© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
558434;- Thomas and Thomas, Frank- 
lin, Pa. 

Keystone (The) state; words by 
Charles Edward Mayhew, music by 
E. K. Mayhew [of U. S.] 4410 

© Mar. 20, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 24; E 
558850; Emma Kneeland Mayhew, 
Pittsburgh. 

Ki hinE kachojmEr ; words from the 
Talmud, melody by Savel Kwartin 
rof Russia, domiciled at Brooklyn] 

4411 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; E 560505; 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender co., New 
■ York. 

Kinder, wir machen einer landpartie ; 
ein Wiener walzerlied, text von Arthur 
Rebner, musik von Leo Ascher [of 
Austria] 4412 

© Sept. 2, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923 ; 
E 556607; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Xindergarden beuES ; words by Hal 
Parker, music by Bob Carleton [of 
U. S.i; arr. by J. M. Cuthbert [of 
U. S.i ; piano with words. 4413 

© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1923; E 560867; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

King (The) oE Calvary; a service for 
Easter, words by A. A. Payn, music 
by Adam Geibel [of U. S-] 12mo. 

4414 



© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558554; Adam Geibel music co., Phila- 
relphia. 

King (The) op glory; words by Chas. 
Reign Scoville, music bv Haldor Lil- 
lenas tof U. S,r . 4415 
^ © Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560567 ; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 

King Tut blues ; words and melody by 
Eddie Green [of U. S.i, arr. by W. 
Benton Overstreet [of U. S.] 4416 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1923; E 561269; 
Clarence Williams music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

King (The) Tut strut; by D. J. La 
Rocca rof U. S.] ; instrumental. 4417 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1923; E 561399; 
D. Jas. La Rocca, New York. 

Kingdom oe love; words by Bob Roth- 
berg, ri. e. R. Rothberg], melody by 
A. Gruber [of U. S.] 4418 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; E 558860; 
Robert Rothberg and Ada Gruber, 
New York. 

Kiss (The) game; the magic one or 

two-step song, words and music by 

Ernest Longstaffe [of England] 4419 

© Jan. 13, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 12; E 

551679; Arthur Wilcock, London. 

Kiss me dear; waltz song, words by 
Gladys Edgar, music by Fred Edgar 
rof U. S.i, arr. bv Harrv Guv. Detroit, 
Mich., H. C. Weaver & CO : 4420 

© Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 5; E 
559090 ; Tenanto co., Detroit. 

Kiss me dear, and say that you will 
miss me; -dreams, dreams, dreams, 
words bv F. G. Hall, music bv E. S. 
S. Huntington tof U. S.i 4421' 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E 558992; 
F. G. Hall, Bremerton, Wash. 

Kissing ; words and music by W. G. 
Adams tof U. S.i 4422 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1923; E 560466; 
Wm. Gale Adams, Berkeley, Calif. 

Kleine (Eine) frenndin hat doch 
jEdER mann; foxtrot, einlage in der 
operette, Die blaue mazur, worte von 
Artur Rebner, musik von Franz Lehar 
rof Austria] 4423 

© Apr. 21, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556570; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 



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Ko-San ; oriental fox trot ballad, words 
by Homer Chapelle, music by E. 
Wright [of U. So, arr. by Louis La 
Rondelle tof Great Britain, domiciled 
at Los Angelesi 4424 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1923; E 558943; 
Edna Wright, Los Angeles. 

KohlER (Louis) Twenty little studies 
(Veinte ejercicios cortos) ; by L. 
Kohler, op. 60, pts. 1, 3, ed. by Max 
V/ald [of U. S.i ; piano. (McKinley 
world famous edition, nos. 197, 199) 
pt. 1, 3. 4425,4426 

© Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 
1923; E 560527, 560534; McKinley 
music co., Chicago, [© editing] 

KOMM, WIR GEII'n DEM SCHEIN DES 

mondESi nach ; verse von Bruno Hardt- 
Warden, musik von Robert Stolz rof 
Austria] op. 313. 4427 

© Sept. 13, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556549; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

Krazy kapers; by Donald D. Parker 
tof U. S.], arr. by Frank Banta [of 
U. S.] ; saxophone with piano ace. 

4428 

© Feb. 26,' 1923; 2 c. Mar. 2; E 
560436; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

Kyra; words by E. M. Washington, 
music bv Helene DeMagnald Savasta 
rof U. S.i, arr. by Paul Ovidus Chelli 
rof U. So 4429 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1923; E 558669; 
Edward M. Washington, New York. 

LachEndikEr (Der) ; words by Louis 

Gilrod and J. Feldman, melody by J. 

Feldman [of U. S.i 4430 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; E 560853; 

Jos. Feldman, Coney Island, N. Y. 

Lady op the lake; waltz, words by 

Mitchel Parrish, music by Joseph M. 

Daly [of U. S-] 4431 

© Feb. 22, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 

558274; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

La Fontaine's (Prop.) most up-to- 
date BANJO-UKE AND UKULELE OR- 
CHESTRA; folios of easy solos and 
songs, by M. de La Fontaine rof 
Mexico, domiciled at New York] ; 
numerical notation, no. 1-4. 4to. 

4432 

© Mar. 3, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
19; aff. Mar. 5; A 701960; Mitchelle 
de La Fontaine, New York. 



Zi 



La Fontaine's (Prop.) most up-to- 
date UKULELE SELP INSTRUCTOR; no. 

1, by M. de Ea Fontaine [of Mexico, 
domiciled at New York], containing 
solos and popular songs; numerical 
notations. 8vo. 4433 

© Jan. 10, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
15; A 695457; Mitchelle de La 
Fontaine, New York. [© new mat- 
ter] 

La Fontaine's (Prop.) ukulele solo; 
special arr. of _ popular classics, by 
M. de La Fontaine tof Mexico, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; numerical no- 
tations. 1. Italian melody, O'Marie. — 

2. Massenet's, Elegie. — 3. Saint- 
Saens', Samson and Delilah. — 4. 
Donizetti's, Sextette from Lucia. — 5. 
Mendelssohn's, Spring song. — 6. 
Lang's, Flower song. — 7. Famous 
Russian, Volga. — 8. Cavalleria rusti- 
cana. — 9. Godard's, Berceuse. — 10. 
Rubinstein's, Melody in F. — 11. De 
Lisle's Marseillaise. — 12. Schubert's, 
Serenade. — 13. Suppe's, Amazon 
march. 4434-4446 

© Jan. 12, 1923; 2 c. and aff. each 
Jan. 15; A 695490-695502; Mitchelle 
de La Fontaine, New York. 

Lagrima (Una) ; mazurka, by G. Bar- 
bera and F. A. Diasio [of Italy] ; in- 
strumental. 4447 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; E 558839; 
Nicolo Biondo, New York. 

Laissez-moi m u r i r lentement ; 
poesie de Pierre Aguetant, musique 
de Marcelle Soulage [of France] op. 
27. 4448 

© Feb. 10, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 13; E 
556867; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Lamentation; lo amus ki echye, words 

and music by Alfred Wellner tof 

U. S.] 4449 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1923; E 553814; 

Alfred Wellner, Baltimore. 

Land (The) op my dreams; vocal fox 
trot, words by J. H. Highsmith, 
music by G. Smet [of France] Paris, 
Almar-Margis. London, Dix. 4450 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1923; E 551901; G. Lorette, Paris. 

Land (The) on piigh ; words arr. by 

W. V. Butcher, music arr. by Chas. 

H. Gabriel [of U. S.] 4451 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; E 

560989; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

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4470 



Last (The) waetz; melody, by G. R. 
Waterman [of U. S.] 4452 

© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1923; E 559101; 
Glenn R. Waterman, Los Angeles. 

— selection, Ijy Oscar Straus, arr. by 
J. Ord Hume [of Great Britain] ; mil- 
itary band. (Boosey's military jour- 
nal, 146th series, no. 5) 4453 
© Feb. 25, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557107; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. [© arrange- 
ment] 

Laughing eyes ; waltz, by Herbert 
Forrest Odell tof U. S.] op. 70 ; 
mand. orch. with piano ace. (Odell 
edition, series 3, no. 56) 4454 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 2; E 
558362; H. F. Odell & co., Boston. 

Lavender (The) seeeer; words by 

Anne Page, music by F. S. Breville- 

Smith [of Great Britain] 4455 

© Feb. 23, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 

557103; Boosey & co., London. 

Lead Thou my soue; sacred song, 
words by Rufus Benton Peery, music 
by Rob Roy Peery [of U. S.] ; with 
violin obbl. Forster ed. 4456 

© Mar. 15, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; E 
560806; Forster music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 

Leave a bit oe sunshine; words by 
Ella A. Clarke, music by Haldor Lil- 
lenas [of U. S.] 4457 

© Jan. 1, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 3; E 
560582; Standard pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Leave my sweet daddy aeone; words 
and melody by Clarence Williams [of 
U. S.], arr. by Phil Worth [0 f U. S.] 

4458 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; E 558171; 
Irene G. Williams, New York. 

Legend (A) oE Mueeaghmast; words 
by Alice Gillington, old Irish air, arr. 

, by Thomas Lewis le Cras [of Great 
Britain] ; female voices. Curwen 
ed. 4to. 4459 

© Jan. 24, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 21; E 
556518; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don, 

L^gende (La) des bibeeots d'ivoire; 
fox trot chinois de la revue En pleine 
folie, . de Maurice Hermite [of 
France] ; piano. 1. Piano seul. — 2. 
Piano et chant, paroles de Louis 
Lemarchand. 4460, 4461 

© Mar. 9, 1923; 1 c. each Mar. 9; 
E 556781,556782; Enoch & co., Paris. 



Lenin and Trotsky; words by Morris 

Tessler, melody by Abe Schwartz [of 

U. S.] 4462 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; E 561112; 

Schwartz and Tessler, New York. 

Leonor ; danza colombiana, par J. Ve- 
lasco rof Spain] ; piano. 4463 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556265 ; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Let me, mother; words by A. V. 
Bourcier, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton tof U. S.] 4464 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558704; 
Albert V. Bourcier, Hayter, Canada. 

Let's go! words and music by Herbert 

Buffum [of U. S.] 4to. 4465 

© Feb. 7, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 7; E 

560723; John A. Anderson & Ernest 

E. Grant, Topeka, Kan. 

Let us hoed east; words from the 
Scriptures, music by J. B. Herbert 
[of U. S.] (In Scripture songs) 

4466 

© Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 

558197; J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 111. 

Li-Ho-San ; eine tragodie aus Japan. 
verse von Kurt Robitschek, musik von 
Hugo Hirsch rof Germany] ; klavier 
erleichtert von Otto Lindemann tof 
Germany] 4467 

© Oct. 15, 1921-1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556582; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

LiddeE (Samuel) Three songs; words 
by Walter de la Mare, music by S. 
Liddle tof Great Britain] Contents: 
1. The song of shadows.— 2. Mel- 
millo. — 3. The bees' song. 4468 

© Jan. 26, 1923'; 1 c. Mar. 7; E 
556713 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Liebe EEhrt die ESEE tanzEn ; aus- der 
operette, Madame Pompadour, text 
von Rudolph Schanzer u. Ernst We- 
lisch, musik von Leo Fall [of Aus- 
tria], klavier arr. v. Otto Lindemann 
[of Germany] 4469 

© Sept. 5. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556620; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

LiEbeing . ade ! abschiedsbrief an eine 
teure gelicbte, worte von Peter Herz, 
musik von Hans Duval-Diamant rof 
Austria] 4470 

©^Dec. 8. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556620 ; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 



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Lied dEr Pompadour; aus der operette 
Madame Pompadour, text von Rudolph 
Schanzer u. Ernst Welisch, musik 
von Leo Fall tof Austria] 4471 

© Sept. 5, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; 
E 556599; Drei-masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 

LiegeoisE; (La) ; marche, par A. Cour- 

tade rof France] ; fanfare de trompette. 

4to. 4472 

© Dec. 28, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1923 ; 

E 556261; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 

Life eternal ; a service for Easter, 
words and music bv Walter A. 
Shawker tof U. S.i 12mo. 4473 

© Feb. 19, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 13; E 
558555 ; Adam Geibel music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Life's mirror; words by Madeline S. 
Bridges, music by Lee S. Roberts [of 
U. S.] (In Little songs of optimism) 

4474 
© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 28; E 
558929; Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 

Light (The) in your eyes, Kathleen ; 
words by Frank Carroll, music by 
Francis Walsh tof U. S.] 4475 

© Sept. 1, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1923; 
E 561395 ; Carroll & Walsh, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Light (The) of life; words by R. R. 
Hall, music by F. A. Challinor tof 
Great Britain] ; mixed voices, organ 
ace. 4to. (Bayley & Ferguson's fes- 
tival music, no. Ill) [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] 4476 

© Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 15; E 
556366; Bayley & Ferguson, Glasgow. 

Light of light shine on; words by 
W. W. How, music by Bertha E. 
Tamblyn [of Canada] ; organ ace. 
4to. 4477 

© Mar. 19. 1923; 1 c. Mar. 28; E 
557059; Anglo-Canadian music co., 
Toronto, Canada. 

Like the lady that's known as Lou ; 
words by Charles L. Bates and N. V. 
Nichols, melody by ^Shas. K Bates 
rof U. S.] 4478 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; E 560413; 
Nellie V. Nichols, New York. 

Lindo; one step, par Jeronimo Velasco 
rof Spain] ; piano. 4479 

© Jan. 22, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 9; E 
556266; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 



Lips ; fox trot, words and music by Bert 

Auerbach rof U. S.] 4480 

© Mar. 12, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 12; E 

558530 ; Lyric music corp., New York. 

Lis (Le) sur l'eau (The water lily) ; 
pensee gracieuse, par Denis Dupre rof 
Great Britain] ; piano. Sydney, Aus- 
tralia. W. H. Paling & co., ltd. 4481 
© Jan. 8, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 14; E 
556351 ; A. Hammond & co., London. 

Lisbeth ; tango milonga, par Paul Bleyer 

rof Hungary] ; piano. 4482 

© Dec. 21, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1923; 

E 551931; Berthold Mery, Budapest. 

Hungary. 

Liselotte; valse, by Leon Adam, arr. by 
Ernest Reeves rof Great Britain] ; 2 
violins, violoncello, bass, harmonium 
and piano. (Augener's cinema 
music) 4483 

© Feb. 26, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 26; E 
557046; Augener, ltd., London, r© 
arrangement] 

Liszt (Franz) Dream of love (Liebes- 
traum, no. 3) ; by F. Liszt, ed. bv 
W. C. Polla rof U. S.] ; piano. 4484 
© Feb. 23, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
558247 ; United States music pub. co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement] 

Litany of the Saints for the forty 
hours adoration ; by P. Walsh rof 
U. S-] ; two, three and four voices or 
unison. Louisville, Ky., Rogers church 
goods co. 4to. 4485 

© Dec. 23, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
2, 1923; A 694442; Patrick Walsh, 
Louisville, Ky. 

Little blue eyes ; words by G. Koenig, 
music by Everett J. Evans tof U. S.i 
Invincible ed. New York,- Invincible 
music co., inc. 4486 

© Mar. 16, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 17; 
. E 558632; George Koenig, Granite 
City, 111. 

Little (ThE) church around the cor- 
ner; words and music by Arnheim. 
Freed and Lyman rof U. S.i . 4487 
© Apr. 2, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 3; E 
559061 ; Chas. K. Harris, New York. 

Little god of love; words by Z. Coil. 

music by E. S. S. Huntington rof 

U. S.] 4488 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; E 560414; 

Zola Coil, Depew, Okl. 



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Little love song; words and music by 
C. H. Pottorf tot U. S.i Portland, 
Or., International music pub. co. 4489 
© Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 26; 
E 558307 ; Constance Hastings Pottorf, 
Portland, Or. 

Little (A) lovin', now and then; fox 

trot, words by H. B. Norton, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington tof U. S.i 4490 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558722; 

Henry B. Norton, Detroit. 

Little mother o' mine; words by Wil- 
liam Harold Martin, music by Herbert 
Ralph Ward [of U. S.] 4491 

© Apr. 6, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 10; E 
561555; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Little old mother; words by Susan 

Hubbard Martin, music by Alice 

Laney Woodcock [0 f U. S.i 4492 

© Mar. 29, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 19; 

E 560984; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Little (The) prince; words by Rose 
Fyleman, music by Dorothy Howell 
tof Great Britain] 4493 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 15; 
E 556747; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Little (The) princess; words by Rose 
Fvleman, music bv Dorothy Howell 
[of Great Britain] 4494 

© Feb. 13, 1923; 1 c Feb. 15; 
E 556745; J. B. Cramer & co, ltd., 
London. 

Little rag doll; words and music by 
W. P. Saunders tof U. S.i 4495 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1923; E 560423; 
William Philip Saunders, Cleveland. 

Little ship oe dreams; lullaby waltz, 
words by Louis Press, music by D. 
Carrozzini tof Italy, domiciled at New 
York] 4496 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1923; E 558177; 
Dante Carrozzini, New York. 

Little (A) sketch; by Charles Brun- 

over [of U. S.i ; guit. (Guitar solos 

no. 9) 4497 

© Mar. 10, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; 

E 560802; Wm. C. Stahl, Milwaukee. 

Little star (Estrellita) ; by Manuel M. 
Ponce, tr. and arr. by Frank La Forge 
tof U. S.i ; high voice. (Mexican 
songs) [Spanish and English textsi 

4498 



© Jan. 27, 1923; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1 c. 
Feb. 17 ; E 555807 ; G. Ricordi & co, 
inc., New York. 

Little treasure (Vielliebchen) ; gavotte, 
by Carl Schmeidler iof Germany] ; 
piano. 4499 

© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; 
E 558744; Theo. Presser co, Phila- 
delphia. 

Little two shoes ; waltz, by Paul Law- 
son [of U. S".] ; piano. (Playing in the 
garden) 4500 

© Mar. 17, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 20; 
E 558750; Theo. Presser co, Phila- 
delphia. 

Little (The) vagabond; words by 
William Blake, music by Martin 
Shaw tof Great Britain] 4501 

© Feb. 15, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 16; 
E 556739; J. B. Cramer & co, ltd, 
London. 

Little (The^ waves op Breeeny; 
words by Eva Gore Booth, music by 
Percv Judd [of Great Britain] 

4502 
© Jan. 31, 1923; 1 c. Feb. 20; E 
556464; Augener, ltd, London. 

Little (The) white church on the 
hill ; words by W. J. Clair, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington iof U. S.i 

4503 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; E 558702; 

William J. Clair, Rochester, N. Y. 

Little white moon oe my heart; 
words by Aline Kilmer, music by 
Robert Bertrand-Brown [of U. S.i 
[Photostat] 4504 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; E -558973; 
Robert Bertrand-Brown, New York. 

.Little world; words by E. Hixon, 

melody by Herman Dubois [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 4505 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; E 560819; 

Ethel Hixon, Rabun, Ala. 

Living (The) Christ; choral cantata 
for Easter, words from the Scrip- 
tures and well known hymns, music 
by R. M. Stults tof U. S.] 4to. 

4506 
© Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
7; A 699491; Theo. Presser co, 
Philadelphia. 

Lizzie; words and music by D. Brown 

tof U. S.], arr. by Vera Elliott [of 

U. S.] 4507 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1923; E 558478; 

Dale Brown, Long Beach, Calif. 



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Ll' uocchie 'E mamma; words by En- 
rico Sangiovanni, music by Antonio 
Guadagno [of Italy: 4508 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; E 558346; 
Frank Maiorino, New York. 

Loeey papa; from Go-Go, words by 
Alex Rogers, melody by C. Luckyeth 
Roberts [of U. So 4509 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1923; E 558326; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Londonderry air; would God I were 
the tender apple blossom, words by 
Katharine Tynan Hinkson, music 
arr. by G. A. Grant-Schaeffer [of 
U. S.i 1. High.— 2. Medium.— 3. 
Low. 4510 

© Feb. 27, 1923; 2 c. each Mar. 
1; E 560383; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [© arrangement] 

Lone (The) old house; words and 
music by S. F. Jessen rof Denmark, 
domiciled at Cliffside, N. J.] 4511 
© Mar. 9, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 10; E 
558477; Sophie F. Jessen, Cliffside, 
N.J. 

Lonely; fox trot, words by Lionel 

Rothery, music by Valentine Watson 

tof England] 4512 

© Dec. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 19, 1923 ; 

E 556391; Dix, ltd., London. 

Lonely (The) reaper ian